In a regular weekly feature at Live4Liverpool, we will be awarding a player with the worst performance of the week. We have named the award after a certain Sean Dundee. Mr Dundee only played 5 times for Liverpool despite costing £2million, and has been widely regarded as one of the worst players to ever player for Liverpool. Although the performances of the player who shall receive this award won’t be as bad as hapless Sean’s, it is a fitting tribute to the South African born forward to name the award after him.
The recipient of this week’s award goes to David Ngog. To be fair to the French striker, I have been a supporter of him this season but the chances he missed against Birmingham City, although none of them glaring, were critical in Liverpool not getting the three points at St Andrews. After replacing Fernando Torres on 65 minutes, Ngog had three good chances to score but he failed to capitalise on any of them. The 21 year old headed just wide from a Glen Johnson cross, he then fired a shot into the side netting and he had the final chance of the game but could only hit his shot into the arms of Birmingham keeper Joe Hart. Better luck next time David.