Problem-Solving Free Transfer XI

It's not all about the big-money buys. There are some players currently without a club who are capable of making an impact across Europe. Here's Adam Bate with a best XI...

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shea666 (Manchester United) says...

Well they've signed Cambiasso so why not Ronaldinho, Nilmar and Almeida for Leicester and see them storm up the league ;)

Posted 9:08pm 3rd September 2014

budek (Bolton Wanderers) says...

Ronaldinho, the most entertaining footballer I've ever clapped eyes on,just a joy to watch, surely worth a pay as you play punt. The Brazillian team with him and the real Ronaldo was scintillating

Posted 1:32pm 3rd September 2014

dooby (Liverpool) says...

although alou diarra spent 3 years at liverpool he never played a game, was out on loan each year. fairly pointless reference i would say

Posted 1:23pm 3rd September 2014

Rosebeaver says...

Modibo Diakite signed for Deportivo yesterday. I promise.

Posted 11:46am 3rd September 2014

tk421 says...

"Almeida is an effective and consistent target man" - nonsense, he's bloody awful. In fact about half of these old, overweight players are bloody awful, that's why they're free agents.

Posted 10:56am 3rd September 2014

GVMUFC says...

Ronaldinho's a free agent? Sign him up LVG.

Posted 9:46am 3rd September 2014

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