Imagine being one of the best footballers on the planet but being hated by fans across the world, even fans of your team, but for these players, that’s the life they’re living. Here are the top five most-hated players of 2022.
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Neymar was once seen as the next great footballing star, but since moving to Paris. He has become somebody everybody loves to hate poor performances, a string of injury issues, and a lifestyle that Taylor made for reality TV. Neymar isn’t the ideal professional, or at least not of a bitch. It’s got to the point where PSG fans are booing their Superstock because, despite all his skills and scoring ability, Neymar has failed to bring European success to the team grades. When you cost a team $233 million, elite success is exactly what you’re expected to bring.
#2. Romelo Lukaku
Romelo Lukaku rejoined Chelsea during the summer transfer window, costing the team a staggering $122 million, so you can’t blame the fans for expecting lots of goals because, I mean, you could have signed Erling Holland for that sort of money instead. Lukaku has struggled badly. A return of just five goals in 23 games has seen the Chelsea fans turn on him.
But who can blame them? It didn’t help when Lukaku gave an interview admitting he made a mistake and joined the team and openly said he wanted to return to enter. No wonder everybody has such a big problem, just like Lukaku does with scoring.
#3. Harry Maguire
Harry Maguire understands Lukaku is vain because, in Manchester, he is not himself the public enemy number one; McGuire was supposed to be Manchester United’s answer in defense of the man to protect David Shaya; instead, he’s gotten worse.
He’s too slow for the modern Premier League to keep being found out of position and has made some silly mistakes in almost every game as the United season is unraveled. So is the fan patience for McGuire; I think McGuire goes home every day and tells his wife I’m so good at football. But I heard so much to make matters worse, the choir plays well for the England national team when it comes back to Manchester, placed terribly. No wonder fans think he doesn’t care because he doesn’t play with any pride for the United shirts. Don’t be shocked at McGuire being forced out of United in the summer.
Nothing would make fans happier. Well, except for the Glazer selling the club. Of course,
#4. Antonio Rudiger
Antonio Rudiger has quickly become public enemy number one with Chelsea fans. First of all. The world-class defender has allowed his contract to run down. He leaves the team on a free transfer, which is never a good way to earn loyalty from football fans.
Marooner is also being blamed for a significant part of getting Frank Lampard fired, with rumors swirling about Rudiger’s cosmic fights in the locker room and being overly physical on the training pitch. Those rumors, like the fans attacking Rudiger on Instagram, telling him to get out and that he didn’t deserve to play for Chelsea.
No wonder he leaves Chelsea at the end of his contract. There’s also a wider belief that Rudiger is too physical during games, meaning he often risks hurting other players, and that hasn’t gone down well with any fans around the prep yearly.
It’s crazy. Because there’s no doubt that Roosevelt was one of the best defenders in the world, he was hated because of rumors and a willingness to stand his round.
#5. Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale is the last name on our list because it wouldn’t be complete without his conclusion. No one in world football has been as hated as bail for so long. The Madrid fans don’t care about his goals, veils, or injury history. Insane wages and the fact he’s always available to play for Wales has done enough to earn even the most loyal of supports.
Mail doesn’t care what people think of them. As long as there’s a golf course nearby and international football, he will be just fine. Still, for Madrid fans, they see Bale as a drain on their beloved club, a man that’s happy to pick up his weekly salary and sit on the bench while the team struggles. Don’t help that the Welsh winger has never learned the language, or at least not to an acceptable standard. Talk about committing to the move.