There’s, of course, overperforming managers, and some underperforming ones. And then there’s the footballers who somehow earn their bread whilst undeservedly playing with the best, and others who are playing well above their pay grade.
You’ve also got the consistent performers over the Premier League years who all deserve a pat on the back once in a while, rather than being slated in the media by deluded pundits. These lads have all played over 50 games and have seriously impressive winning ratios; particularly given when you have to play a lot of your games behind Per Mertesacker...
Aleksandar Kolarov, 62.3%
Rightly so keeping John-Donkey-Stones out the team.
The Premier League's most underrated midfielder.
John Terry, 62.9%
Impressive? Yes. Enough to justify dragging out your career? No.
Sergio Aguero, 63.6%
City's best tackler.
David Luiz, 63.8%
Who the bloody hell is controlling, David, this season?!
David Silva, 64%
Potentially the greatest Premier League player, that won't be remembered.
Petr Cech, 64.5%
The Czech 'keeper is slowly losing his credibility. But we mustn't forget what a player he has been.
Yaya Toure, 64.5%
Definitely deserves a cake for this stat.
Nacho Monreal, 64.6%
N’Golo Kante, 68.5%
I was convinced Leicester were putting something in this bloke's tea. Clearly not, has an engine that could run a BP garage.