Just months ago some of this lot were tearing it up, their names in shining lights.
But Dream Team players don’t need patience; they need results.
With fresh new March transfers dropping on Friday, here’s five fairly popular players you should consider ditching who could also free up some decent wedge.
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1 Willian (13.7%)
Weird one is our Willian.
Brilliant one day, missing in action the next – and that isn’t a recipe for Dream Team success.
He’s only contributed a goal or assist in seven of his last 25 appearances in all competitions, which just isn’t good enough for Chelsea’s level.
2 Kieran Trippier (20.6%)
Just 21 points from Spurs’ last 13 games for Tripps, with that World Cup semi-final free kick looking a long way away now.
Caught out defensively and duly dropped for the win over Borussia Dortmund last week, with Serge Aurier preferred.
Trippier hasn’t contributed an assist since early November.
3 Marcos Alonso (19.7%)
Blimey, what a fall from grace.
Alonso was a shoo-in as a defender at the start of the season, a constant goal threat and a key cog in a typically stoic defence.
Fast forward seven months or so and he’s been benched for Emerson Palmieri after some incredibly suspect performances.
4 Harry Maguire (12.6%)
Slabhead has suffered individually from the collective doom and gloom at Leicester.
The Foxes are without a win since New Year’s Day and haven’t kept a clean sheet since that win at Everton either.
A fresh start under Brendan Rodgers may chance his fortunes, but Rodgers has never been known for his defensive solidity so Maguire and co. should still leak goals.
5 Mo Salah (62.9%)
Interesting one, this.
Salah has drawn blanks in six of Liverpool’s nine games in 2019 so far and has only three non-penalty goals since before Christmas.
He’s been off colour but the Reds have a more favourable run, with Watford, Everton, Burnley and Fulham their next four league opponents – and the Egyptian tends to fill his boots against the lesser lights.
Yet at a punchy £7.8m, selling Salah could free up funds to bring back a fully fit Harry Kane who LOVES scoring against Chelsea and Arsenal.
Do you stick or twist with the most popular player on the game?