Yesterday we revealed the Arsenal Team of the Decade (2010-2019) as voted by the readers of Arsenal Arsenal.
Now, by popular demand, here is the Worst Team of the Decade – in other words, the team made up of the players who received the fewest votes in each category.
Where players are tied on the same (low) percentage of votes (because of rounding up to percentages), I have dug into the actual votes cast to see who got the smallest number and earned a place in our Team of Shame.
I can’t say I’m entirely happy putting out our Worst Team of the Decade for public consumption. The players in this team, regardless of how highly we rate them now, all had my full support when they pulled on the Arsenal colours and many of them had good spells and excellent games from time to time.
In fact, when you look at the team, it could actually perform quite well with a fair wind (although I think it would struggle to score goals).
Still, it’s a Darwinian world and where there are winners there have to be losers.
One surprising factor in our week of voting for the best players of the decade is that every single player received at least one vote. No-one scored a zero, which just goes to show. What it shows, I have no idea.
Below we’ve listed the results in full for every player in every category. Peruse at your leisure.
But first, here’s the line-up for a team that won’t be receiving any Valentines Day cards from Arsenal fans today:
Vote Results in Full
Benayoun 0% (Rounded down to 0%, but Yossi scored a single vote!).
Van Persie 54%