FC Barcelona is a club filled with legends. But I assure you: you won't see a single legend in this slideshow. What you will see, however, is a compilation of players that you will remember from past (and worse) times as a Culé. If you remember them, that is.
Some players in this list really have to consider themselves lucky to have played at the Camp Nou wearing the Blaugrana, because talent-wise, they were miles away from deserving a spot at Barcelona.
Others will be a sore sight as Barcelona players because of their great careers with other clubs.
And there will be some who are so weird, that you will flat-out not know who they are.
Pepe Reina with hair and as a Barcelona player?
Fantastic way to start a "weird" list, if you ask me.
Some actually liked Oleguer.
But for me it was weird every single minute he played for Barcelona.
And it still is.
Rustu Recber had a fantastic 2002 World Cup with Turkey and he signed for Barcelona.
The fantastic ended there, and he was a nightmare in each of the four games he started as a Blaugrana keeper.
This image is a collector's item, indeed.
Chygry needs no introduction.
He was doomed and weirded out the moment he landed at the Camp Nou.
Luis García is another player known more for what he did in a Liverpool shirt than a Barcelona one.
He was a terrific player, but seeing him in blue and red is definitely weird.
I'm sure Petit still thought he was a Gunner when he played with Barcelona.
His blond ponytail just makes it worse.
Clubs Simao was great for: Lisboa and Atlético.
Clubs Simao was horrible (and weird) for: Barcelona.
Quaresma's "trivela" shots didn't impress anyone at the Camp Nou.
The fact Barcelona got him instead of a certain Cristiano Ronaldo just makes it way worse and lots weirder.
Maxi Lopez's nickname is "La Gallinita (The Hen)".
And he scored a goal against Chelsea.
And I assure you it's only going to get weirder from this point on.
Alfonso is the most Merengue player to ever wear Barcelona's shirt.
If that's not weird, I don't know what is.
Santi Ezquerro must've been a blast in the locker room.
Otherwise, I just don't know what Barcelona brought him in for.
Bonano was not just weird as a Barcelona goalkeeper; he was awful.
Thankfully, Victor Valdés emerged and holds the fort down to this day.
Albertini played exactly five games in a six-month span at Barcelona.
So appreciate the image you see here, because it's quite rare.
Litmanen was supposed to be the next Michael Laudrup in Barcelona.
And he was... well, let's say, weird.
I never saw Bogarde receive a ball without it bouncing 10 feet away from him.
That's weird when you're a Barcelona player, for sure.
Saying Barcelona got Bonano (No. 9 on this list) to replace Dutruel just about says how weird the French goalkeeper was for Barcelona.
Francesco Coco was the first Italian ever to play for Barcelona. He is also the worst.
And definitely the weirdest.
The Frenchman was supposed to be the next Laurent Blanc.
He was worse than Christanval, which is really saying something.
And then there's Amunike.
Famous for... well, playing in Barcelona.
At least the 21 times he did it in his three years.
Okunowo played 14 matches in two years at Barcelona.
And he was awful in every single minute.
If you seriously remember this player, you are a true Barcelona fan.
And if you remember him without him weirding you out, either you're not human or your name is Samuel Okunowo.