1. Clint Dempsey
Dempsey joined Fulham from the New England Revolution in 2006. He quickly became a hero here when he scored 60 goals in 225 appearances for the London team. Dempsey’s career went down when he moved to Tottenham in 2012. Dempsey was on the bench at Spurs and lost his reputation.
2. Jozy Altidore
Altidore made a big splash at the old New York Red Bulls before landing at Hull in 2009. However, the new football environment made the young striker overwhelmed and did not draw much attention. Four years later, Sunderland spent £ 6 million to buy Altidore’s service. However, things are still not much better when he only scored 3 goals in 52 games.
3. Tim Howard
Howard is one of the most veteran players in the Premier League. After 4 years at M.U, he spent another 9 years serving at Everton before parting this summer. The American goalkeeper has a total of 491 matches on British territory and deserves to be the Everton symbol of life. Before leaving, Howard said, “I will watch Everton all my life.”
4. Landon Donovan
Landon Donovan has joined Everton in 2010 and 2012. The midfielder scored twice for Merseyside. He has 7 assists after 17 appearances in the Premier League.
5. Brian McBride
After scoring four goals in eight loan matches at Everton in 2003, McBride convinced Fulham’s manager to sign a long-term contract with him. The striker has a calm demeanor that suddenly became a god at Craven Cottage when he scored 41 goals after 154 appearances for Fulham.
6. Brad Friedel
Friedel is a persistent symbol in the Premier League. He has had 17 years of hard work in this land. He plays for the teams of Liverpool, Aston Villa, Blackburn, and Tottenham. Friedel made 450 appearances in the league and ranked 19th in the list of the most competitive players.