Attitude is key in football but some stars overlook it and it finds a way to ruin their career. In this latest piece, we dissect the career of some stars attitude almost ruined their careers.
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The Dane has a history of ridiculous stories following him around. This has led to him never fulfilling the potential that he displayed when first playing at Arsenal. He was sometimes ridiculed on social media when fans compare him with top players in the game.
He subsequently joined VfL Wolfsburg on a free transfer, and was released in 2016.
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The left sided player has played for Real Madrid and the Netherlands, so he has had some highs in his career. However, he could have been so much better than he has become if he didn’t have the tendency to fall out with everyone he has ever worked with.
After threatening to take Feyenoord to court if they didn’t sell him to Madrid and storming out of training grounds at both the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu and Everton.
In January 2015, he joined his current club, Kayseri Erciyessor.
When the winger signed for Arsenal, much was expected of him. However, many loan deals, arrests and even once claiming to be Ashley Cole when caught driving on the wrong side of the road, meant that he never had a chance at the Gunners.
He did manage to turn it around for a while, earning a move to Liverpool via Birmingham City. Then his attitude hit again, rarely training while at Real Zaragoza before coming back to England with Stoke City.
In January 2016, he signed a one-year deal with Singapore S.League club Tampines Rovers.
The Romanian blew his chance at Chelsea after a failed drugs test breached his contract. He did have a successful time at Fiorentina in his post England career, but never hit the heights that he could have had he stayed at the London club.
On 5 April 2013, Mutu announced his intention to retire from football at the end of the 2013–14 season.
The striker has frustrated fans at Inter Milan, AC Milan, Manchester City, and Liverpool so far. Letting off fireworks in his bathroom, claiming £5,000 is pocket change, and throwing darts at youth players are just some of the incidents that have followed him around.
After 18 months at Milan, he returned to the Premier League with Liverpool, going back on loan after an unsuccessful season.