A bad boy is always the favorite type, not only in a romantic scene but even in football! To be honest, football needs villainy. The game's best side is its dark side. Truthfully, most of people love to hate football's bad boys, but secretly all of them also want to be the bad boys.
Nowadays, football does have several players that considered as the bad boys type of player. And sporting betting Malaysia already listed a number of players that you can count as a bad boy.
List of Bad Boys at Football That Hard To Hate
This Uruguay player is the bad boy trying so hard to be good. His image as a player who bites opposites players may be quite hard to forget. Indeed it's impossible to forget. Some people think his career is ended as FIFA punish, ban and fine him for such a long period after he bites Italian's Giorgio Chiellini in a match on World Cup 2014. But he came back and shine as he uses to be with Barcelona after Liverpool let him go at the on that season.
This player is known to loves to get under the skin of his opponents. And he always makes sure to do it with a smile on his face. He is the accidental hitman. The red card is his business card as he has seen with it more than any player in the history of Europe's top five leagues.
He is considered as a party animal. The Belgian can be mean on the pitch but he deserves a lot of his energy for what he does off it. He believes life is for living, so if he wants to smoke cigarette, he will. And that's causing pretty much trouble as Italian's coach Roberto Martinez doesn't like the way he lives and won't pick him for Belgium. And another reason people love Radja Nainggilan is he hates Juventus.
The Inter Milan's captain is considered as a brilliant striker. And he's a temperamental soul. He rarely has a quiet day without some kind of incident and most of them created by him. So no wonder if the media named him as the drama king. But, on the other hand, Mauro Icardi is actually a stay at home dad who likes building furniture for the family penthouse that overlooks San Siro. And he's the same who released a book at the age of 23 which he recalls the time he clashed with Inter's ultras after a game in Reggio Emilia and shortly after returning to the dressing room, asked someone to record him saying that he will bring 100 criminals over from Argentina who will kill them there and then
He's the third Serie A's player on this list. And he's named as the genius with a Ph.D. in breaking an opponent's will. I'll tell you Giorgio Chiellini is not your average villain. He has a degree in business administration for which he received perfect grades. There is a nobility about him. He's just not your average footballer.
Jamie Vardy is a difficult player to mark because he simply doesn't give up. It's part of who he was before becoming a Premier League striker. He had days harder than most when clocking off at the factory. He is a man with a tough background
He has had a difficult time since leaving Chelsea but remains peerless when it comes to his dogged pursuit of the ball and of goals. He is the UFC fighter in a football kit. Recently his name pops up in the headlines as he banned for play for 8 matches in La Liga following his abusive behavior towards a referee.
He's too good and he knows it. That's his main problem as a footballer. He is so good that it's often humiliating for opponents, particularly when the ball is still and he's dancing around it, taunting the opponents to siding in for it. And it turns out to be a mistake almost every time as Neymar's feet are too quick.