LONDON ENGLAND - JANUARY 23: Wayne Routledge of QPR controls the ball during the npower Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Coventry City at Loftus Road on January 23 2011 in London England. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
The newest addition to Tottenham Hotspur's Worst XI of The Decade is left midfielder Wayne Routledge. Routledge routed the competition by receiving nearly two thirds of the vote. Routledge made only five appearances for Spurs, but those few games clearly left a big impression on Spurs fans.
As mentioned in the voting post Routledge owns the distinction of being the only player to have played for six different Premier League clubs and has still never scored a Premier League goal. Routledge beat out his opponents for the spot by simply being the worst footballer, whereas the other two were just mild disappointments. Routledge is probably an excellent example of a very good Championship player, but one who's not going to succeed much in the Premier League, unless he's playing with a recently promoted squad.
Next we go back to central midfield to look at attacking midfielders. Adel Taarabt and Kevin-Prince Boateng are already on the list, who else deserves inclusion?