The Premier League season has now come to an end.
It's been a roller coaster of a year with all the ups and downs.
In this slide show I will show you the 10 low points of the season.
Relegations, off the field scandals, bad luck, and unfulfilled promises have made quite a few losers for this season.
Here are the top 10.....
The Irishman returned to Tottenham from Liverpool last season, and looked to lead his team to success this season.
However, after falling down the pecking order and attending a Christmas party against the wishes of manager Harry Redknapp, he was sent off to Celtic on loan.
While Keane was finishing a poor second in Scotland, Tottenham was playing their best and finished with a Champions League spot.
When Owen moved to Manchester United last summer, it appeared to be a return to the big time.
When he scored a last minute winner against rivals Manchester City early in the season, it looked like Ferguson had pulled off a great transfer for a player who looked like he was past his best.
But then nothing.
He made little contributions, and scored few goals.
A serious injury saved him from getting dropped from the team, and it also brought an end to a possible return to the England team.
Berbatov's slow start to life at United last season could have been blamed for the difficulty of meshing with a title winning team.
But in his second season he has no such excuse. With the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, Berbatov had the chance to be the new face of United.
Berbatov had a couple of flashes of brilliance here and there, but overall he was useless. Missing chance after chance, and infuriating the fans with his lack of enthusiasm and spirit.
He has quit international football for Bulgaria to concentrate on United.
Is it too little too late?...Yes.
The masterminds at UEFA decided, instead of cameras on the goal, to add a fifth and sixth official to the game.
These helpful assistants stood behind the goal to help the referee with any goal mouth incidents.
Yet all they appeared to do was wander around endlessly trying to not get hit by any off target shots.
One positive point of extra refs was the amusement of fans. One incident occured at Craven Cottege when the corner flag fell out. As the extra official put the flag back, he was awarded one of the largest cheers of the night.
The United goalkeeper started the season amazingly. He was the front-runner to be England's No. 1 at the World Cup, and was the first choice at Old Trafford.
However, a number of gaffes resembling the likes of Paul Robinson lowered his confidence and practically finished his season.
He fell to third choice at United and then failed to make the cut for England's 30 man provisional World Cup squad.
Wembley, supposedly meant to be the greatest stadium on earth, looks more like a school playing field.
The pitch came under a huge amount of criticism following a number of important games.
The main problem for the terrible turf is all of the non-football events held at the stadium - American football, concerts, etc.
The FA had to conduct a review. Their verdict?
Keep on re-laying it.
Well done you bunch of suited up halfwits.
Rafael Benitez is the face of Liverpool's failure this season.
In the space of one season his Liverpool team has gone from title challengers, to a mid-table team. The season started very poorly, with draws and defeats, including one loss to now relegateted, Portsmouth.
Two time finalists with Liverpool, Rafa saw his team battered out of the Champions League in the group stages. Even their Europa League hopes were ended by Atletico Madrid.
Benitez promised the fans that they would finish fourth this season...well they didn't, They finished 7th.
It produced one of the most amusing scenes of the season, but was only the start for Liverpool.
That famous beach ball that scored a goal against the reds. (I know its not grammatically correct but ..... LOL)
On top of this, Liverpool had a very disappointing season. They finished 7th, out of the Champions League spots. They didn't win any trophies, and the owners of the club have a bad relationship with the fans.
Debts and relegation.
Not what you want to hear at a football team. Portsmouth has to deal with both. Numerous owners, exorbitant wages and awful transfer deals have left the team in a ditch.
They could have pulled off a great end to the season but were beaten by Chelsea in the FA Cup Final. They left the Premier League with nothing but the nation's sympathy.
Does anyone remember when footballers were role models, and every boy wanted to be like his footballing hero?
Well ("dads of the year") John Terry and Ashley Cole have brought an end to that.
JT and AC were both in high profile sex scandals at Chelsea.
It was revealed that Terry had an affair with Wayne Bridge's ex. While Ashley Cole, had been caught cheating on his wife Cheryl. How could he do that?? Have you seen Cheryl Cole (tweedy) ???
The media fall-out was massive. Terry was stripped of his captaincy, Bridge acted like a child and said, 'I dont want to play with him ... WAAAA', and Cole was seen as the most stupid man in the world.