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Most of you were probably expecting Eric Djemba-Djemba here.
He only made 20 league appearances for United in his 18 month stint, and he was shipped to Aston Villa. He could not hold a place even there.
Djemba-Djemba had been brought in to fill in Roy Keane's void. Can you imagine a player who could not even hold a place at Aston Villa after having been shipped from United, to fill Keane's shoes?
And off the pitch, he lived the life of a billionaire, owning a fleet of 10 4x4 cars and 30 different bank accounts. Djemba-Djemba, a man supposed to be so good as to have been named twice, was playing at Qatar at the age of 26.
However, despite all of his notoriety, I think Owen Hargreaves deserves this spot.
He was once heralded as one of the best midfielders in Europe. However, his United stint was characterized by crippling injuries which restricted his playing time, and he was released by United in 2011.
Most United fans, like me, were delighted that a club, despite the club being City, had signed him and we wished him well.
Yet he retorted sharply back at United, criticizing United for the handling of his injuries and proclaiming himself a "guinea pig."