Thursday, 5 January 2017

THE UNDISCIPLINE BAD BOYS IN ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SEASON SO FAR........... SEE COMBINED ELEVEN


Referees are all the rage at the inute, aren't they? Mike Dean did a Mike Dean during West Ham's 2-0 loss to Manchester United on  Monday, controversially sending off Sofiane Feghouli and being Mike Dean. That dismissal means only Manchester City (4) have received more red cards than West Ham (3) in the Premier League this season. Mike Dean also the only referee in Premier League this season that have warded more penalty.

Here, whoscored.com have formulated their own algorithm to determine a player's bad behavior (ill-discipline) score: number of fouls, x yellow cards (x2 for red cards).

Now here are the first Eleven formulated for Bad behavior boys in the Premier League this season so far with a 4-3-3 formation.



PETR CECH -- Arsenal
Only three goalkeepers have committed at least one foul in the Premier League this season - Thibaut Courtois, Heurelho Gomes and Petr Cech. However, with the latter picking up two yellow cards, the Arsenal man is the goalkeeping representative in the bad-disciplined XI in the Premier League this season so far.


JOSE HOLEBAS -- Watford
Jose Holebas'inclusion is little shock considering he's received more yellow cards (9) than any other Premier League player this term, including five in his last eight  top-player this term, including five in his last eight top-flight appearances. What's more is that the greek left-back has commited just 24 fouls, with his feistiness enough to earn a bad-discipline score of 234.


MIGUEL BRITOS -- Watford
Holebas'Watford teammate miguel Britos features at the heart of defence, having earned five yellow cards and one red card from his 15 Premier League appearances this season. Having committed 21 fouls, the Uruguayan centre-back has an bad-discipline score of 230.


WINSTON REID -- West Ham United
Britos is partnered at the back by West Ham man Winston Reid with a flurry of cards in the build-up to the festive break - including a red card in the 3-2 loss at Tottenham - earning the New Zealand international a bad-disciline score of 210.


DANNY SIMPSON -- Leicester City
Danny Simpson ranks second for yellow cards (8) in the Premier League this season so far and so it is no surprise to see him feature. The Englishman has committed just 20 fouls across 17 appearances this term, making his bad-discipline score - 160 - higher than any right-back.


PAUL POGBA - Manchester united
World-record signing Paul Pogba tops the foul count in the Premier League this season so far having been pulled up by officials on 41 occasions this term. That being said, he has been booked just six times in England's top tier following his return to Manchester United. The club rank second for fouls per Premier League game (13) this season, with Pogba integral to such a high figure. With that, a bad-disciplined score of 246 sees him take his place in the midfield.


FERNANDINHO -- Manchester City
Crossing the Manchester divide, much has been made of Pep Guardiola's post-match press conference following City's 2-1 win over Burnley on Monday, with Fernandinho in particular called into question. The Brazilian has been sent off three times in his last six competitive appearances and while he has just three yellow cards to his name this season so far, two reds from 29 fouls means he has the highest bad-discipline score of any player 348.


GARETH BARY -- Everton
The inventor of tactical foul, Gareth Barry was always likely to find his place in this BAD BOYS FIRST ELEVEN. The 35-year-old places fifth for fouls committed (36) in England's top tier this term, with six yellow cards to his name.


MARKO ARNAUTOVIC -- Stoke City
Renowned for his disciplinary issues, Marko Arnautovic features on the left wing in the bad-discipline Eleven, with a straight red in the 0-0 draw with Southampton prior to Christmas the primary reason. The Austrian attacker has five yellow cards from just 22 fouls helping to attain a bad-discipline score of 270 - higher than any other Premier League attacker.


ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC -- Manchester United
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has made an impact in his debut Premier League season in more ways than one. The experienced Sweden man rank second for goals (13) and fouls (39), though to his credit he has been booked on just five occassions this season.


GASTON RAMIREZ -- Middlesbrough
Rounding off the UNDISCIPLINE BAD BOYS IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE ELEVEN, is Middlesbrough's Gaston Ramirez, who has been booked a total of seven times in the Premier League this season so far, more than any other forward. He has been penalised 25 times for dAngerous play this term. A bad-discipline score of 175 means the 26-year-old stars on the right wing here.




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