Ever Wondered Who Sunderland's Worst Ever January Transfer Is? Time to Find Out!









Sunderland have signed some rubbish over the years. The January transfer window gives us many examples of this, but who has been the worst?


Now when we say worst, there are a couple of things to consider. Their impact, their lack of footballing ability, their attitude and their cost. First, let's look at the Contenders;

Group 1 - Couldn't hit a barn door

Benjani (2010, loan)
Dame N'Doye (2016, loan)
Danny Graham (2013, £5m)
Rade Prica (2008, £2m)

Group 2 - Couldn't man mark Jozy

Wayne Bridge (2012, loan)
Sotirios Kyrgiakos (2012, loan)
Kader Mangane (2013, loan)
Tal Ben Haim (2009, loan)

Group 3 - Couldn't do much

Matthew Kilgallon (2010, undisclosed)
Liam Bridcutt (2014, £3m)
Rory Delap (2006, free)
Anthony Stokes (2007, £2m)


Group 4 - Couldn't remember

Kevin Cooper (2004, loan)
Talal El-Karkouri (2003, loan)
Calum Davenport (2009, loan)
Ignacio Scocco (2014, £3m)

Join us on Twitter @WeAreWearside this evening from 8pm to have your say to decide the worst January transfer window signing Sunderland have ever made. Top two (or is that worst two?) from each group goes into tomorrow's quarter final. 

Who do you think deserves to win (lose)? Have we missed anyone you think should be involved? Let us know in the comments below.
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