10 Worst Arsenal Players of Arsene Wenger’s Reign:

Updated: February 16, 2013

Here is the list of 10 Worst Arsenal Players of Arsene Wenger’s Reign:

1. Andre Santos — His departure was precipitated by the now infamous incident where he exchanged shirts with Robin van Persie at half-time in a crucial Premier League clash. The Arsenal fans were almost as offended by that gesture as they were by his performances.

2. Amaury Bischoff — The injury-plagued midfielder looked a strange signing when he joined Arsenal in 2008. Bischoff has become a symbol and a painful reminder of Arsene Wenger’s bizarre transfer market strategies.

3. Mikael Silvestre –Arsenal paid the price for their manager’s misjudgment with a series of comical defensive displays.

4. Sebastien Squillaci –Arrived at Arsenal with considerable pedigree. Unfortunately, he never delivered anything like his best in the Premier League.

5. Marouane Chamakh — He suffered hugely in comparison to Robin van Persie, falling down the pecking order and becoming little more than an occasional reserve. He transformed from a talisman to an embarrassment.

6. Emmanuel Eboue — His constant diving and feigning of injury infuriated the Arsenal supporters, as did the lapses in concentration that plagued our defence. Eboue’s bubbly personality is missed. His football is not.

7. Francis Jeffers — was signed to be the “Fox in the Box” Arsene Wenger craved. He ended up being unceremoniously sold after getting sent off for kicking Phil Neville in the Community Shield.

8. Richard Wright — Richard Wright arrived at Arsenal as a great young hope of English football and the anointed successor to David Seaman. Unfortunately, it wasn’t to be, and Wright endured a series of calamitous displays for Arsenal before being discarded by Arsene Wenger.

9. Lukasz Fabianski — Every time he takes the field it looks like an accident waiting to happen.

10. Chu-Young Park — Undoubtedly the most bizarre signing of Arsene Wenger’s reign. Park was signed as part of the panicked shopping spree that followed the humiliating eight-goal thrashing at Old Trafford in 2011.

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