Former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur academy player Andre Blackman has been voted the worst player to ever pull on an AFC Wimbledon shirt by readers of FourFourTwo magazine.
The left-sided winger started his senior career at Bristol City but was soon released for a ‘disciplinary matter’, and he signed for AFC Wimbledon in June 2010.
At the time of signing for Wimbledon, he was adamant his disciplinary issues were over. He said: "It's time for me to get my head down and be more professional on and off the pitch.
"People are saying the manager has taken a big gamble, and it's up to me to show that he was right.
"He's put trust in me and I've got to start repaying him - It's make or break for me. I've got to wisen up and just want to sort my life out."
Despite making only 15 appearances for the Dons in the 2010-11 Blue Square Bet Premier campaign (while collecting six yellow cards), Blackman clearly made quite the impression on the supporters to be remembered seven years later by FourFourTwo readers.
After leaving London for Celtic in the summer of 2011, Blackman enjoyed a loan at Inverness Caledonian Thistle which was rumoured to have been again cut short due to disciplinary problems.
Since then, Blackman had had spells at Plymouth, Dover, Maidenhead United, Blackpool, Moroccan side MAS Fez and is currently playing for League Two side Crawley Town.
And despite getting sent off on his competition debut for Crawley, Reds boss Dermot Drummy has persisted with the left-back.
"I think it was dissent," Drummy said follow Blackman’s August 2016 dismissal against Wycombe Wanderers. "Andre is an emotional kind of character. He gets like that. I think he was nervous and I think we are all a little nervous to start with. I’ve been dealing with Andre since he came in. He always comes over and asks me questions and I’m like ‘get back in the game’.
"He needs to learn that focus because physically and technically he is great but when the pressure is on you need to keep a cool head. I’m disappointed by that and he has a lesson to learn from that."