The individual losers of 2014/15, featuring Manchester United and Liverpool stars
The 2014/15 Premier League season is over, capped off by a final day that confirmed Hull City’s relegation to the Championship, saw long-standing midfield powerhouses Gerrard and Lampard bow out with goals, and rubber-stamped Chelsea’s cruise control title win with victory over Sunderland.
It was a campaign that perhaps lacked the quality enjoyed in recent years, but there was still a fair share of memorable moments – from Leicester City’s thrilling 5-3 win over Manchester United to Southampton’s demolition of Sunderland; Harry Kane’s meteoric rise to Nigel Pearson’s ostrich outburst.
Chelsea may have won the trophy, but who were the biggest winners of this season? And who will look upon 2014/15 least fondly? Let’s take a look at which players and managers who endured the worst Premier League campaigns:
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