Ariel Ortega played football by his own rules.
Hidetoshi Nakata certainly caught the imagination.
Arsenal fans will remember Alex Hleb fondly.
The right player at the wrong time for Man Utd.
James Beattie was loved everywhere he went.
Dimitar Berbatov was never fond of wayward passes.
Eight years on from Rodriguez joining the Reds.
We all loved Steed Malbranque. Even Tony Blair.
He only had one great season, but what a season.
Sometimes, doing something really bad can be good.
Nicklas Bendtner's belief has taken him places...
Daniel Amokachi is the ultimate Everton cult hero.
Kolo Touré is funny, but he was also bloody good.
City fans will never forget *that* own goal.
Youri Djorkaeff played for Bolton. It was great.
Nwankwo Kanu is the ultimate Arsenal cult hero.
Gary Doherty is a Spurs cult hero for good reason.
Alex Tettey's timing was bloody awful.
Costs less than Berbatov - and scores more goals.
Attilio Lombardo at Palace kept getting stranger.
Filippo Galli was 38, a legend, and at Watford.
Few have been as popular as Lucas at Liverpool.
Geovanni was bloody brilliant for Hull City.
John Arne Riise could kick a ball bloody hard.
Ask a Man City fan how much they love this guy.
Yakubu was an absolute monster at his peak.
Shola Ameobi is a true Newcastle United cult hero.
For good or bad, Timothee Atouba was a genius.
If only he'd stayed in the Premier League longer..
Christophe Dugarry at Birmingham? Weird but ace.