Football is full of families that have found success at the very highest level. The Charltons, the Nevilles and to a much lesser extent the Ameobis, have all found success in the game.
But there are some footballers who took all of the good genes for themselves and left their sibling or offspring struggling to make their own way in the game.
Big things are expected when the relative of one of the game's very best begins life as a footballer, but they cannot thrive on name alone and most are very quickly found out after taking to the pitch.
Here we run through five of the best (or worst) examples of football relatives who just didn't quite make the grade.
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