Worst Villa Player Results
Vital Villa user ‘Aspinall’ wanted to know who you thought was the worst player ever to pull on the famous claret and blue (and no, not West Ham.) As usual you have delivered some surprising results.
25% of the votes went to Serbian midfielder Sasa Curcic who featured in just 29 games for Villa. Allegedly when announcing his retirement Curcic was quoted stating: 'I would not sign for another club, not even if I was offered 15 million dollars. However, it would be different if they were to instead offer me 15 different women from all around the world. I would tell the club chairman: 'Please let me make these women happy - I will satisfy them like they have never been satisfied before'.'
It is not known what he is up to these days.
Coming in 2nd place with 22% of the vote is the very unfortunate Peter Enckelman. Encks was obviously famous for conceding ‘that goal’ at St.Andrews but I had figured most Villa fans would be able to forgive and forget, considering his replacement, in the form of Danish International Thomas Sorensen managed to make a similarly huge cock up the following season.
Joint 3rd goes to Gary Penrice and current Villa squad member Stiliyan Petrov who both pulled in 11% of the total votes. Whilst the Villa faithful think little of Penrice, Ian Holloway must see something in him, as the former QPR boss has employed him as Plymouth’s Chief Scout.
Petrov on the other hand, is yet to convince anyone that he was worth what the club paid for him, which is looking increasingly over the top.
The remaining trickle of votes went as shown below:
Stan Collymore 7%
Jlloyd Samuel 6%
Steve Hodge 4%
Tony Cascarino 3%
Bernie Gallacher 3%
Carl Tiler 3%
David Norton 2%
Mark Blake 1%
Steve Foster 1%
Bryan Small 1%
This time around, Fear has asked for your opinions on the Manchester United game this Saturday, will we win, lose or draw? Answers on a postcard or if you like, via the online poll on the Vital Villa front page.