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10 Premier League players who love getting relegated

Dejected goalkeeper Robert Green

Follow Your Sport brings you an updated list of players in the Premier League who just love getting relegated from the finest League in the world.

Rob Green:

The Former England keeper doesn’t have the best of records when it comes to the Premier League, having been relegated with every Premier League team he has played for. He was relegated with Norwich, West Ham and twice with QPR.



Hermann Hreidarsson:

The Icelandic international player went one better, he has the accolade of going down five times with five different clubs. Crystal Palace and Wimbledon FC went down the same season when the two shared Selhurst Park for their home games.


Marcus Bent:

Marcus Bent was a teammate of Hermann Hreidarsson and suffered the similar fate at Ipswich and Crystal Palace, while also getting relegated with Leicester and Charlton FC.


Marc Edworthy:

Unlike Hreidarsson and Bent, Edworthy was promoted to the Leagues Four times in total but balanced his accomplishments by getting relegated four times with Crystal Palace, Norwich, Coventry and Derby.


Carlton Palmer:

The central Midfielder enjoyed successful spells at Leeds and Southampton. But was relegated four times in his career with West Bromwich in 1986, Sheffield Wednesday in 1990, Nottingham Forest in 1999 and Coventry in 2001.

Steve Caulker:

The central defender who was once considered a rising star in the Spurs Team having earned the Senior cap for his country in 2012, his career has taken a serious U-turn. After getting relegated with Cardiff, QPR and unsuccessful spells at Southampton and Liverpool.


Ashley Ward:

Ward was left devasted at the centre of the Pitch on the last day –  four times. Ward suffered relegation at Norwich, Derby, Barnsley, Blackburn, and Bradford. A record one wouldn’t be proud of.


Nigel Quashie:

The midfielder tried hard to equal Hreidarsson record of getting relegated five times. Having already being relegated four times he managed to save his blushes at West Ham United.


Roger Johnson:

The promising central defender had encouraging spells at both Cardiff and Birmingham. But his career took a major hit when he was relegated in 2011. Due to his good performance in the league, he did earn a transfer to newly promoted Wolves, but the defender had serious disciplinary issues at the club and therefore double relegation followed.


Neil Redfearn

The only player to have been relegated from all the four division in the English League. He was relegated twice from the Premier League, two years in succession with Charlton and Barnsley.


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