Keane, Zlatan, Ramos: Biggest sh**house XI of recent football history

Who are the biggest sh**houses in recent football history?

We’ve seen more than our fair share of players since the turn of the century that love nothing more than stirring up trouble – and quite frankly, you often can’t help but love it.

These masters of the dark arts usually divide opinion amongst fans.

If they play for your club, brilliant. You love someone that fights for the badge, bending the rules a touch where necessary – just so long as it aids your chance of winning.

If they don’t or dare we say even play for a rival, well, the less said the better in that case.

It always helps to have one or two players in your side that are partial to a bit of ‘housery’, though.

But imagine if you had an entire XI full of troublemakers?

If you go back to the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, you could probably find that in the form of Wimbledon.

Accurately nicknamed, ‘The Crazy Gang’, this bunch of hardmen led by Vinnie Jones and John Fashanu were notorious for the trail of destruction left in their path.

Vinnie Jones Wimbledon
Vinnie Jones football

We’ll never see anything like it in modern football, that’s for sure.

Hypothetically, though, we do reckon that there’s a combined XI of players that plied their trade more recently which might have been able to give the Crazy Gang a run for their money.

Shared to Twitter with the sarcastic caption of “the most respectful and peaceful team”, this bunch really could wreak havoc.

Check the team out for yourself below in all its glory.

Combined XI of the biggest sh**houses

In all seriousness, that would be a very, very hard team.

Oliver Kahn was always known for his hot-headed nature between the sticks and would take absolutely no nonsense from any opponent.

Due to his lengthy career, he played whilst the Crazy Gang were in their pomp all the way up until retiring in 2008.

The defence is full of absolute rocks. Sergio Ramos and Pepe were a formidable partnership when playing together at Real Madrid and you just knew at least one would be booked anytime you watched them.

Whilst Jaap Stam and Diego Godin were warriors in their own right, probably more intimidating in nature than an out and out annoyance, though.

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The midfield is full of small, but industrious defensive midfielders.

Roy Keane was never far from an argument – or a fight for that matter, and nor was Gennaro Gattuso or Arturo Vidal.

And what can be said about the forward line? Diego Costa, Luis Suarez and Zlatan Ibrahimovic might be the most nightmare-ish front three imaginable for any defender.

What a bunch.

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