Mins Played 685
Total Fouls 14
Yellow Cards 4
Red Cards 0
MSN Sport Score 26
So these are the Premier leagues dirtiest players. Compared to the hard men of the League some 30-40 years ago they are chiorboys. Look at Ian Ure, Billy Bremner, Ian St John, Norman Hunter, Johnny Giles. Now when you got "hit" by thees men firstly you knew it and importantly you got up smiled and carried on.
Premier League dirtiest oh come on you are having a laugh
Keane was a poor excuse for a footballer - Ask Alf Haaland who's career he finished - or Jason Macateer who he attacked from behind when Macateer was just a young lad - Neil Poynton............. the number of career threatening challenges is endless they weren't just reckless they were truly malicious. That's why it was so ironic that a player from the team he hated most finished his own career............... with a perfectly legitimate challenge where the ball was won fair and square -
keane has nowhere to hide , that's why he will never be a successful manager - who would want to do business with him - his past has caught up to haunt him,
Treat people the way you expect to be treated and you wont go far wrong - as for keane he's history Shame its not for dirty tricks Ferguson would be top of that one
Mins Played 635
Total Fouls 16
Yellow Cards 1
Red Cards 1
MSN Sport Score 26
EXCUSE ME BUT HOW DOES THIS ADD UP TO 26?
MSN can't even get basic adding up right so how are we supposed to believe this tripe?
Nigel De Jong has been an angel this year.... mind you he has only played 2 games :)
Who cares 8 games into the season? There's plenty of time for all the usual suspects to get going, they'll all be up there at the end of the campaign and I'm glad they will be. If you took the physical side from our game where would that leave us? Our league wouldn't be any where near as exciting to watch. You're not going to win anything without a hardnut or two in your team!
Most fouls at the end of this season? My money is on De Jong anyway...
Scholes wasn't a dirty player, Chris? I'd suggest you read his memoires. He admitted he went out to foul if he though he'd been caught himself. It wasn't that he couldn't time a tackle. He got booked because he could. A great footballer with a very nasty side. Strange really because off the field he seems a decent bloke, unlike the Irish psycho he used to play alongside.
Still looking back to the likes of Tommy Smith and Ron [chopper]Harris this lot are gentle innocents.