BebeKlebersonJuan Sebastian Veron
Signed along with Ronaldo. You know, that bloke at Real Madrid.
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The other two are Michael Duberry and Bernard Lambourde.
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The other two are Shefki Kuqi and Albert Luque.
Roque JuniorZoumana CamaraOlivier Dacourt
It's Roque Junior!
You couldn't tell he was a World Cup winner from his time in the prem.
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The other two are Milan Baros and Juan Pablo Angel.
Philippe SenderosMikael SilvestrePascal Cygan
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The other two are Abel Xavier and Salif Diao.
Tomas BrolinSeth JohnsonDanny Granville
The former Leeds man wasn't exactly in shape during his stay in the Premier League.
Wayne QuinnMarco BoogersIlie Dumitrescu
Marco truly did live up to his name. He was sent off in his second match for a terrible foul on Gary Neville and was shipped back off to Holland shortly after.
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The other two are Alessandro Pistone and Andy van der Meyde.
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The others are Jeremie Aliadiere and Sebastien Squillaci.
*May not actually be all-time leading scorer...
BrancoAfonso AlvesLeroy Lita
Proof that scoring goals in the Dutch league means essentially nothing.
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The other two are Grzegorz Rasiak and Jonathan Blondel.
Steve MarletDiomansy KamaraKostas Mitroglu
At £11.5 million, he ended up costing Fulham more than £1 million a goal.
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The others are Bebe (again) and Anderson.
Fabrizio RavanelliAndrea SilenziBenito Carbone
The first, but not the only Italian to flop in the Premier League.
Logan LiaJosef TiaAli Dia
It's Ali Dia!
In 1996, Graham Souness, then manager of Southampton, got a telephone call from someone pretending to be world player of the year George Weah. "Weah" told him to sign his "cousin", Ali Dia, and Souness ended up giving him a one-month contract. Somehow, Dia made it on to the pitch when he came on as a sub for the injured Matt Le Tissier against Leeds, but only lasted 32 minutes himself, as it became clear he actually couldn't play football. Scenes.