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FIVE ‘El Hadji Dioufs of Brazil 2014’ Arsenal must avoid

Date: 4th July 2014 at 7:17pm
Written by Christy Malyan

It now feels like the subject of a fabled myth, but there was once a time Liverpool splashed out £10million on Senegalese badboy El Hadji Diouf. The forward's impressive performances at the 2002 World Cup had helped knocked out France and pushed Les Lions de la Teranga to a quarter-final - subsequently, then-Reds boss Gerard Houlier saw a star in the making. But little did the Anfield side know that they had just thrown a double-figure sum at one of the most menacing and detestable players the Premier League has ever seen. Seven clubs, countless spitting incidents and allegations of racism, twelve years and only 37 league goals later, Diouf is now a free agent after being released by Leeds United. Essentially, the 33 year-old made an entire career out of a splatter (or should that be spatter) of decent showings at a major international tournament. Hardly the first player to do so, and undoubtedly not the last. So with that in mind, this article takes a look at the FIVE 'El Hadji Dioufs of Brazil 2014' that Arsenal must avoid at all costs. ENNER VALENCIA To give credit where it's due, you can't ask for much more from a striker in his debut World Cup than a return of three goals in three appearances, as is the case with Enner Valencia. ... Read More


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