Position: Defensive Midfield
Pinto is one of football's real comedy characters. The 37-year-old is amazingly cocky for someone who has made just 48 appearances since joining Barcelona in 2007.
Most of these performances have come in the Copa Del Rey—a competition the veteran keeper has been fortunate enough to win twice.
The long haired numpty signed for Barcelona to warm the bench. Pinto has always known he is there to deputise when Victor Valdes is sidelined. Perhaps this is why he makes the most of being on the pitch.
Even when he isn't on the pitch, Pinto likes to make an impression. He decided to get himself sent off in the 2011 Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid before setting foot onto the turf (via Yahoo! Sports).
His big-headed attitude is oddly endearing. There's no doubt Pinto would be one of the greatest midfielders of the generation if he was given a shot out on pitch. His ability to dribble around opponents and get sent off in huge matches makes him a perfect fit for the Sergio Busquets' role.
As he heads towards the ripe old age of 40, the eternal nuisance could plant himself on the centre spot and make rude gestures at his rivals.