Here are the five worst football players in Premier league this season
When Arsenal signed David Luiz in the summer, questions were raised. Hence kudos to Sokratis for outdoing Luiz as the worst defender in the starting line-up. Basic errors in defending and horrible lapses of concentration are perhaps an accurate description. The player has failed to marshal the backline.
He has left his keeper exposes, his teammates stranded and with his pace, opponents have walked past him or been dragged down by fouls.
Are we looking for culprits at Tottenham? Well this man has successfully justified why nobody came for him in the summer even though he had an incredibly low price tag. Alderweireld used to be one of the best defenders in the Premier League. Now, he has deteriorated down to the level where he will probably become a free agent.
Out of form, out of shape and lack of discipline highlights his game this season. The player has been slow and careless this season and Spurs need to cut him loose.
A brilliant pre season and then the downhill slope starts. Barkley has all but disappointed. He has faded away from the first team action rather quickly. Barkley takes way too long on the ball. He does not seem to have any clue of what a one-touch game is. He eventually runs into a wall and attempts something ridiculously complicated.
He seems to have become a one horse pony. Unless he changes his game fast and learns, he will be left out more often.
Why United signed him for such a huge fee, we will never understand. He cannot do the simple things United ask of him. He plays in his own world. Runs with the ball in his own way and plays his own brand of ball. Fred does not track back enough Nor is he consistent. He has this flashes of hard work where he runs back at times.
Everton are languishing near the bottom of the table. The Toffees are playing horrible football and Keane at the back has been horrific. The promising young centre back has been terrible in defence.