Four Four Two released there top 10 most underrated players in the prem, here’s the list.
10. Joe Gomez (Liverpool)
9. Jordan Pickford (Everton)
8. Ahmed Hegazi (West Brom)
7. Yohann Cabaye (Crystal Palace)
6. Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal)
5. Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester)
4. Steven Davis (Southampton)
3. James Tarkowski (Burnley)
2. Jonathan Hogg (Huddersfield)
1. Kiko Femenia (Watford)
Who do you think deserves a spot on the list?
Pickford is overrated
I'd move Tarkowski up to #1, Ndidi at 2 and Ramsey at 3 though. Add in Zaha, Schindler and Delph.
He wins a lot of tackles but he's also got a lot to learn and is frequently clumsy in possession.
Marc Albrighton, Danny Simpson and Shinji Okazaki all have premier league winner's medals and have all been vital parts of the Leicester machine for years without really getting the credit they deserve.
Albrighton is probably the most overlooked English player of his generation, Simpson is dreadful going forward but is probably one of the better defensive full backs in the league and what can you even say about Okazaki?
People don't understand the guy at all, even most Leicester fans can't get their head around him. He's like a defensive midfielder that plays upfront, before this season he rarely scored or assisted but we just couldn't win without him.
He is on this forum for sure.
Albrighton is a good PL player. Got a great ball in him.
Lol. Pickford has single handedly kept us out of bottom place.
What's his @ ?
Everyone rates pickford so how can he be underrated
Can't wait for your lot to appear.
Doesn't make him overrated either though...
It’ll get messy. At least it’s not in GD
When do the clueless crew usually turn up?
Although he’s already rated I guess. Will be some player.
Compared to butland he is
Ramsey, Hegazi and Cabaye too, eh??
He's better than Butland though. And Butland is probably more overrated than him, especially round here simply cos he was so OP last year.
Pickford conceded 34 from 109 shots on target against.
Butland conceded 40 from 100 shots on target against.