These players get far too much criticism from fans and pundits…
The Premier League is full of players going in and out of form and ones who seem to struggle against certain teams or at certain grounds. Because of this, we see players get criticism when they don’t necessarily deserve it, as they are, for all intent and purposes, good players.
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Here are six Premier League players who are continually criticised, but aren’t actually that bad…
OK, so Allen was once described as the ‘Welsh Xavi’ by Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, who brought him to Anfield for a fee of £15 million, having managed him at Swansea. Allen comes off the back of a magnificent display against Manchester City, proving his doubters that he has quality and can still offer something to the Reds.