Is Toure the most calamitous Premier League player of all time?.

Top 5: Premier League blunder boys (1)

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Kolo Toure has had a couple of weeks to forget. First, his suicidal cross-field pass gifted West Bromwich Albion a late equaliser against Liverpool at The Hawthorns, then the defender turned into his own net in hilarious fashion against Fulham in midweek.

The Ivorian's reputation for an unforced error has preceded him wherever he's played, but that hasn't prevented Toure from turning out for some of the Premier League's biggest and best clubs.

Starting at Arsenal in 2002, the 32-year-old moved to Manchester City seven years later, before completing a free transfer switch to Anfield last summer.

However, his latest entry into a growing catalogue of high-profile mistakes, means he maintains his place on the list of most notorious blunder boys in England's top-flight.

Toure's blushes were saved thanks to a 90th minute penalty by Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard on Wednesday night, to earn Brendan Rodgers's side a valuable 3-2 victory at Craven Cottage.

But, GiveMeSport is unwilling to let the veteran centre-back off the hook quite so easily, so in tribute to the calamitous star, here's five of the most error-prone players to have played in the Premier League.

Click through the tabs - above or below - to see which individuals made the cut, and feel free to add any entries of your own in the comment box provided!

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