Wimbledon's Crazy Gang and the 5 Meanest Teams in History

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Wimbledon's Crazy Gang and the 5 Meanest Teams in History
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When a visiting team lined up in the tunnel at Wimbledon's Plough Lane stadium, Vinnie Jones and John Fashanu would famously walk up and down the line, sizing each player up while making derogatory comments.

Once on the pitch, the real intimidation would begin: Just ask Paul Gascoigne about that one

Throughout Harry Bassett's reign in the 1980s and into Joe Kinnear's tenancy in the early '90s, none of the top teams enjoyed playing against Wimbledon's Crazy Gang.

They played an uncomplicated route one-style football, they were physical and they weren't afraid of a dirty tackle or two. 

The Dons played the tough underdog role with aplomb and, as a lifelong fan, I loved every minute of it.

Here are five other teams known for their menacing style...

 

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