Top 10 of the Week – The Premiership’s Worst Foreign Imports

A few weeks ago I presented to you the best of England’s imports: this week you’ve got the opposite. Yes, usually for every Gianfranco Zola there is a Stéphane Guivarc’h lurking just around the corner – and he didn’t even make the list. 10. S. Rebrov :- Dynamo Kiev to Tottenham Hotspur. £11m, June 2000 “I wouldn’t go for a walk on my own around White Hart Lane. A lot of dark-skinned people live there” – Rebrov’s view of life at Spurs. Slightly racist, but we’ll give ... Continue Reading →

Top 10 of the Week – The Premiership’s best Foreign Imports

This is a 2010 update of ITS’ first ever top 10 of the week. Click here to see the original. Anyway here to Premiership Imports! 10. Claude Makélélé Claude may only have been at Chelsea for three years, but his legacy in the Premiership still lives on. He is ‘the’ defensive midfielder of the modern game, so synonymous with the position that it is almost always called the “Makélélé Role” by pundits. Additionally, Mourinho has constantly praised the midfielder as his most ... Continue Reading →