He was an average player who moved for money every 18 months.
Look at his history - it’s mental.
Why so many clubs then?
I get what your saying with reference to his talent. But his transfer history would suggest no one actually wanted to hold onto him for long...Wednesday for three seasons is the exception.
Some cracking goals been scored at that end at St James’He was a good player. Scored some cracking goals. His overhead kick away at Newcastle is super underrated in terms of great goals of the PL era.
By his own admission he should have stayed the course at Wednesday, but he was too close to Di Canio and got caught up in all his drama. His career took some strange turns after that.
Talented player who could and should have done more.
At the time? Not in person.They did though. It was predominantly him who forced moves to chase money, albeit was a perfectly good cnt when it comes to Bradford.
Just looking at a list of clubs and deciding he was average is a bit wild. Did you actually ever watch him play?
At the time? Not in person.
Take it you did? Or just MOTD same as me.
Remember it well, my first season ticket at Hillsborough was when Carbone and Di Canio were in the starting 11.
He was a fantastic player, could create something out of nothing and carried the side after Di Canio left after shoving Alcock over against Arsenal in 98.
Feel lucky now that I watched us beat Arsenal, Man Utd (beat the treble winning side 3-1) Chelsea Liverpool, and actually turned up expecting to win with these two in the side
Sadly we are now light years from the top flight where we should be