Ten Worst: Metro foreigners (update)
November 1, 2006
Since we first looked at the ten worst foreigners in Metro history, an update has to be made. For descriptions of the initial top ten, see the original article, parts one and two.
10) Eduardo Hurtado, Ecuador, 1998-99
9) Sergio Galvan Rey, Argentina, 2004-05
8) Pedro Alvarez, Colombia, 2001
7) Branco, Brazil, 1997
6) Diego Serna, Colombia, 2002
5) Peter Canero, Scotland, 2006
Rejected earlier by Bob Bradley but signed by Mo Johnston and Alexi Lalas with promises of better wing play, the Scottish international could not win a starting spot in any of the multiple positions he was supposed to be able to play. Canero ended up starting just two matches, and was barely visible and painfully out-of-shape during his time on the field.
4) Jaime Moreno, Bolivia, 2003
3) Joao Luiz, Brazil, 1997
2) Ruben Dario Hernandez, Colombia, 1996
1) Marcelo Vega, Chile, 1998
*) Mamadou Diallo, Senegal, 2002