A snake is easily described in one sentence…
“A scamming backstabber. Someone who does something just to get something out of it”.
Well, that phrase stinks of these footballers, here. To kiss the badge of one club, and then to toss off the badge of another = a traitor. Where’s your loyalty, lads?!
The trending theme amongst the backstabbers is that they generally play upfront – #greedy – so the formation we’ve gone for reflects an all-out attack; 2-4-4. You know the type; when you’re 3-1 down on FIFA, or way behind in your Fantasy Football League.
Any players you think we’re missing?
GK) Peter Schmeichel
Perhaps slightly harsh on the Danish giant. But, it seems that the chaps between the sticks, are quite loyal in general.
Still, how could the United legend go to Man City?! Anywhere else. Anywhere!!
DF) Ashley Cole
Ashley is not a popular man in many places. Definition of a snake with the way the defender treated Cheryl Cole as well...terrible! Oh, and that whole tapping up nonsense, when making the swap across London, from Arsenal to Chelsea. Despicable.
DF) Sol Campbell
Sol, Sol, Sol. You are a very brave bloke. Tottenham to Arsenal?!
The most high-profile switch in the Premier League era, the guy was getting to his peak, and becoming one of England's best defenders.
Still, he clearly made a great decision, when joining the best club in north London.
Source: Huffington Post
LM) Luis Figo
Most wanted man in Barcelona. The Catalan fans famously threw a pig's head at the winger when the Portuguese played for Real Madrid.
Bit far? Naaaaa, the bloke's an absolute scumbag. Overrated as well, if you ask us.
Source: The Richest Images
CM) Fabian Delph
The laughing stock of the 2015 transfer window, and the midlands biggest u-turn man.
Just what was going through Fabian's head?! I don't think he's got the answer, we don't think anyone does.
Source: Sky Sports
RM) Nick Barmby
Only one of nine players to score for six different Premier League clubs.
And two of them were Liverpool and Everton. Cardinal sin.
Source: Turn Style
LF) Carlos Tevez
Could've become a club legend at so many teams, if he just stuck around for more than five minutes.
Source: Batn Goal
ST) Emmanuel Adebayor
Captain Muppet, himself.
ST) Gonzalo Higuaín
The jump from Napoli to Juventus caused outcry in Italy. Shirts were burnt in the streets, and pizza was offered to be given for free if the Argentine became injured.
Source: You Tube
RF) Kenny Miller
Thank god the Old Firm Derby is back in Scotland.
The rilvary between the two is ferocious, and Kenny Miller jumping from one side of Glasgow to the other shows a striker had plenty of steel.
Source: The Richest Images
CM) Cesc Fabregas
Saying, "If I ever wear a Chelsea shirt, you have permission to kill me"?.
Yep, probably not the best comments to say as an Arsenal player.
Sol Campbell’s move was vindicated, as the England centre-back went onto become an Invincible. However, the former Newcastle United man still gets abuse today, and Spurs fans still sing less than thankful chants about their former captain.
Luis Figo can probably not walk down the streets of Barcelona alone. And you have to hope Fabian Delph didn’t leave anything behind in Birmingham that he needs to go back for.
With all these stories reaching next level vitriol, you have to ask yourselves: was it really worth the hassle?