10. Richard Wright
Wright was at one time considered as the next great hope for English goalkeepers, but sadly he couldn’t translate that early promise into performances following a big money move from Ipswich. After chalking up just 12 appearances, he kept clean sheets in only a quarter of those games.
9. Vito Mannone
The young Italian was never given a clear path to the position at Arsenal, and has since enjoyed much more success at Sunderland – despite being dropped this season. Out of 15 games in the top flight under Arsene Wenger, he managed to come away with a respectable 33%.