Worst El Clasico starting lineup in the 2000s
Worst El Clasico starting lineup since the Millennium? Ahead of the next El Clasico, the world’s biggest football derby, where FC Barcelona takes on Real Madrid at the Camp Nou. Many has amused themselves by taking out the best starting line-up between the teams. We have done the opposite and with help of Squawka we have taken out the worst El Clasico-eleven line-up since the millennium.
We have seen a lot of football legends met at Europe’s hottest football game over the years. Ronaldinho, Zinedine Zidane, Xavi and Ronaldo are just a few examples of players who met each other through during El Claisco during the past years.
Now it’s mostly about the rivalry between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Worst El Clasico starting lineup since the Millennium
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Worst El Clasico starting lineup since the Millennium: The worst Barca and Real players in the 2000s
But also there have been players who have not succeeded as well during their stints in the law. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Michael Owen and Thierry Henry are examples of players who have been incredibly successful – but did not have their best years during the time in La Liga clubs.
These players will not be around to break into this list, we should not be overlooked that Zlatan Ibrahimovic decided an El Clasico and moreover was listed for 16 league goals of the season were summed.
No, the players on this list can not boast such a record. Without this, we have developed one eleven of players who actually flopped in magnificent. Players who are fans of the clubs enough time also want to forget.
Worst El Clasico starting lineup since the Millennium
With Los Blancos preparing to face Barca, here are the very worst El Clasico-eleven. We give you “Hell Clasico” – happy reading and watching!
Goalkeeper Richard Dutruelm, Barcelona (2000-2002)
The French goalkeeper Richard Dutruel was indeed zero when Barcelona beat Real Madrid 2-0 in the early 00’s. But to play in Barcelona was 25 goals in 21 games is not a particularly good answers. Dutrel will not be close goalkeepers Iker Casillas and Victor Valdes. Watch & Bet Live Here =>
Right Back: Oscar Minambres, Real Madrid (2002-2007)
There have been many wonderful central defenders Real Madrid over the years. Oscar Minambres is not one of them. But quite honestly perhaps mostly because of injuries, there were only 37 games over five seasons for the Spanish full-back as in 2007 chose to end his career.
Right Back: Philippe Christanval, Barcelona (2001-2003)
The talented Frenchman had many eyes on him when he was recruited from Monaco to Barcelona in 2001. But even though it was 47 games over two seasons for the center-back, he was never a success. Rather, it is very strange that he had to play so much. Christanval ended his career at Fulham in 2008. Watch & Bet Live Here =>
Centre Back: Alvaro Mejia, Real Madrid (2004-2007)
Alvaro Mejia never managed to really get a permanent place in the Real Madrid starting eleven. After being picked up from the club’s B team in 2004 became the only 40 games in three seasons back talent. During this time he participated only in a Clasico. Real Madrid never trusted the Spaniard in the big matches.
Left back: Miguel Torres, Real Madrid (2006-2009)
Miguel Torres scored after all 70 games during his three seasons in meringues. So the biggest flop in the line-up, he was hardly. But expectations for Real Madrid product was great and Torres are now playing in Malaga, where he has remained difficult to get playing time.
Right midfielder: Miguel Palanca, Real Madrid (2008-2009)
Probably forgotten among Real Madrid fans. Played just three games for the Club of Madrid and did nothing larger footprint. But however: Miguel Palanca participated in a Clasico, and thus takes a place on the list.
Central midfielder: Pablo Garcia, Real Madrid (2005-2008)
The hardline midfielder became more of a burden is an asset for Real Madrid. In a mere 26 games drew Garcia at the 13 warnings, and often he threw himself into the rough without thinking about. Competed with Dane Thomas Gravesen for a place in midfield.
Central midfielder: Fábio Rochemback, Barcelona (2001-2003)
Had high expectations when he joined the Catalan club. But even though there were 65 matches in the first team managed Rochemback never flourish in the Barca shirt. Brazilian ended up in Middlesbrough where he was not able to convince.
Left midfielder: Royston Drenthe, Real Madrid (2007-2012)
After leaving Feyenoord as one of the most promising Dutch talent in a long time came up with the reality left knight of Real Madrid. Could admittedly flash to off matches, but had all the harder to take place and only appeared in an El Clasico during his many years at the club. Currently playing for Baniyas in the United Arab Emirates.
Forwards: Alfonso Perez, Barcelona (2000-2002) / Real Madrid (1991-1995)
Is one of the few who has played for both clubs. But unlike, for example Ronaldo failed Alfonso Perez make a mark in one of the clubs. During the session of Barca became only one goal in 29 games.
Forwards: Maxi Lopez, Barcelona (2005-2007)
Scored with their first shot for Barcelona when he jumped up against Chelsea in the Champions League. It was after the show that Lopez did not hold any “Barca-class”. The Argentine spent most of his time in Catalonia on the bench.
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