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Looking back at 7 famous Premier League players who showed good form in the year their team was relegated

  • Every club has players. Team protagonist Even though they may not use superstar players.
  • These players show good form but sometimes cannot help the team avoid relegation.
Looking back at 7 famous Premier League players who showed good form in the year their team was relegated

Every football club usually has a “star” player who is like a superstar for the สมัคร ufabet team with outstanding ability, whether it’s a big team or a small team. and those players They always bring magic and impact to the game.

Today we will take you to meet 7 former stars of the team who showed great form. But cannot help the agency survive in the Premier League. Who will be there? Let’s go and see.

1. Roy Keane (Nottingham Forest 1992-1993 season)

At the start of his career with Nottingham Forest, Keane was praised as He is one of the top young talents in English football. and had been selected in the best team of the 1992-1993 season even though the “Jao” had to be relegated.

Keane’s personal form has been very impressive. But they were unable to help Forest, under the control of legendary manager Brian Clough, avoid relegation. Manchester United then took him to join the team the following season. Before he became a legend at Old Trafford

2. Paolo Chi Canio (West Ham, 2002-2003 season)

Since the start of the Premier League, teams with 42 points have had a very high chance of survival comfortably. But in 2003, West Ham, a team full of talented players like Michael Carrick, Jermain Defoe and Joe Cole were surprisingly relegated,

but Di Canio, as leader and captain, was the Hammers’ most outstanding performer under former coach Glenn Roe. Der, led by the Italian striker, scored 9 goals in 18 games.

3. Juninho (Middlesbrough, 1996-1997 season)

Former Brazilian technical midfielder The most explosive form helps. Middlesbrough Made it to the semi-finals of the Football League Cup and FA Cup in their second season with the “Red Lions”.

Unfortunately, in the final league game in 1997, Middlesbrough Could only draw 1-1 with Leeds and had to be relegated. The image that many people can’t forget is Juninho sitting and crying on the field among “The Boro” fans who were equally sad.

4. Mark Viduka (Leeds, 2003/04 season)

Leeds must face a serious struggle to escape relegation. Even though there is a team full of talented players. and young players with bright futures such as James Milner, Aaron Lennon, Alan Smith, Ian Hart and Lee Bowyer.

However, among all the aforementioned players, Viduka is the The person who performed best in the year that Leeds was relegated, the former giant striker for the Australian national team, scored 11 goals in the Premier League in a situation where the “Golden Yung” faced a crisis.

5. Georgi Kinkladze (Manchester City 1995-1996 season)

Before Manchester City had talented players like David Silva, Sergio Aguero, Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne, “Blue City” fans were excited. with the work And Kinkladze’s best talent came first

The former Georgian playmaker scored 5 goals in 44 games in all competitions for Manchester City that season. And use his unique abilities to help the team a lot. Unfortunately, Kinkladze was unable to successfully help the team survive. And he also went down to play in the minor leagues.

6. Craig Bellamy (Coventry, 2000-2001 season)

After 34 years in the top flight, Coventry were relegated in 2001 and the only thing worth remembering in their final season was the red-hot form of striker Bellamy, who struggled. Fully scored by scoring 6 goals

in the past. The former Wales striker has previously admitted he was unhappy with his one-year spell at Coventry, and it’s not surprising given his commitment to the team’s lack of results. “The elephant stomped on the factory”

after Coventry were relegated, Bellamy moved to find the net with Newcastle United the following season.

7. Charlie Adam (Blackpool, 2010-2011 season)

Many English Premier League football fans may have forgotten that Blackpool were active in the Premier League before, dating back to the 2010-11 season. Adam was considered the heart of the team’s midfield. Truly “The Seasiders”

even though Blackpool were relegated on the last day of the season , the former Scottish national team engine room Was nominated to receive the PFA Player of the Year award (Player of the Year ) after showing excellent form, directly participating in 22 goals in every competition

after Blackpool went to play in the Championship. The “Whiskey” star also moved to play with Liverpool for a fee of around 6 million pounds.