In what can only be seen as an unexpected upset Ben Alnwick, a player who has played only three games for Tottenham Hotspur, has been named to the Worst XI of the Decade. Alnwick, didn't make the quantity of starts of some of his competitors for the spot, but it must have been the quality (or lack thereof) of those start that got the voters attention.
Alnwick is still only 24 years old and may yet come good for Tottenham Hotspur, but it would appear he has a long way to go in the eyes of the fans. Alnwick received more votes than all the other players combined for this spot despite not having played a game of first team football for any club since May of 2010.
With Alnwick in goal and the defense that will soon be in place in front of him this XI squad will easily have the leakiest defense ever. Paul Robinson's record of 85 goals conceded for Leeds United in 2003-2004 may be in jeopardy.
This weekend we'll start to put the aforementioned defense in place starting with the left back position. I'm pretty sure we could fill out a whole team with some of the poor fullbacks Tottenham have had over the years. This is going to be exciting!