The 11 biggest craps in football – GiveMeSport

Almost all football fans love players who belong to the so-called “sh**house” category.

Well, maybe love, maybe hate – they divide opinions, we’re absolutely certain of that.

In truth, you’ll probably find that some players you like for their cheeky, sometimes downright outrageous antics.

Whereas with others, you might find their acting unbearable, or the way they roll opponents a bit too far.

Indeed, if you were unlucky enough to witness one of the darker acts inflicting their “housekeeping” on your own team, it might be enough to keep you away from the guy for life.

It can really go that far, we don’t play.

But who are the biggest sh**houses in the beautiful game right now?

We named, who at least feel, to be the top 11.

The 11 biggest crap houses in world football

Luis Suarez

The Liverpool and Barcelona legend is certainly on the swansong of his career after returning to the club where it all started, Nacional.

However, we all know too well the Uruguayan’s antics that have marred his career.

Branislav Ivanovic and Giorgio Chiellini will attest to Suarez’s height, as will his dentist.

And let’s not forget the entire Ghanaian nation, for whom Suarez ruined his World Cup dreams by becoming a goalkeeper in his own right and knocking the ball away from his own net before he could cross the line.

Sure, Suarez was sent off but Asamoah Gyan missed the penalty, Suarez celebrated on the sidelines and Uruguay won the penalty shootout. Ouch.

Luis Suarez saw red for handball in Uruguay against Ghana in 2010
Luis Suarez saw red for handball in Uruguay against Ghana in 2010

Diego Costa

Another incredibly polarizing former Premier League striker, Chelsea fans love Costa like a son.

If you support another club, well, that’s the last person you want to see terrorizing your centre-backs.

Countless supposedly ‘tough’ defenders have fallen victim to the industrious and no-nonsense Spaniard over the years.

And he loved every second.

Diego CostaChelsea
Goal by Diego Costa at Chelsea

Sergio Ramos

Perhaps the greatest defender of his era, there was simply no department in which Ramos failed when he was in his pomp.

Being an excellent sh**house was certainly no exception to this rule.

Working in perfect tandem with his partner in crime Pepe, Real Madrid’s two centre-backs were a threat to any forward line they faced.

And we all know he deliberately did Mohamed Salah in the 2018 Champions League final, let’s all admit it now.

Sergio Ramos


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When it came to Pepe, you never really knew if he was going to headbutt his opponent or swing to the ground feigning an injury, but you knew something was going to happen.

The Porto man seems to have calmed down slightly as he got older, however, in his prime Pepe was probably the baddest player of his time.

Portugal’s Vinnie Jones seems like a good nickname for him – even though they didn’t strictly play the same position.

MADRID, SPAIN – APRIL 27: Pepe of Real Madrid is sent off by Wolfgang Stark during the UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 1st leg match between Real Madrid and Barcelona at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on April 27, 2011 in Madrid, in Spain. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)


Ah, the man of the moment. We’re of course talking about the man who inspired this very article, because when Richarlison started making keepers to poke fun at Nottingham Forest players, we couldn’t help but applaud his house.

The man had only been on the pitch for a few minutes but still had the audacity to take the mick royal in spectacular fashion.

He’s never far from the Brazilian’s controversy, and is certainly one to watch as the 2022/2023 Premier League season unfolds.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

From one sniper striker to another, then, while let’s be realistic and respect Zlatan’s name for all he has achieved in his career, that’s where the similarities end.

The tall Swede takes no prisoners when speaking to the media and will suffer absolutely no fools.

His arguments with Pep Guardiola are well-documented, and he even had the nerve to drop the ‘I’m a Ferrari among the Fiats’ quote, when discussing his role in MLS.

To be fair, he wasn’t wrong.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic


The German centre-back isn’t as well-known for his home as some of the other members of this list, but make no mistake, he can be a real threat at times.

Whether it’s taking on challenges or engaging in a bit of argey-bargey with his counterpart, he’s got to be a nightmare to play against.

His moment of glory, however, came when he nibbled Paul Pogba at Euro 2020 Suarez-style.

Leonard Bonucci

You know the time we’re talking about, England fans…

“It’s homecoming,” was the chant on the lips of every Three Lions fan from the start of the group stage, by the time England reached the final, football fever had well and well swept the nation.

England were leading 1-0 within minutes at Wembley Stadium and the nation was convinced its time had finally come.

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Italy however had other ideas, to win on penalties and break the hearts of the English.

After the final whistle, Bonucci approached the camera and shouted “It’s coming Rome!” – talking about stirring salt in wounds, Leonardo…

Giorgio Chiellini

Another Italian gladiator, Chiellini infuriated England fans when he openly ripped off Bukayo Saka to prevent him from potentially adding a second to the home side’s lead in the Euros final.

But in the previous match, he had already proven that he would do anything to win the trophy…

After Italy and Spain secured a hard-fought draw, Chiellini could be seen playfully hitting Spain captain Jordi Alba ahead of the penalty shootout, in what many believe was an attempt to gain a psychological advantage .

Check out the incident below…

Emiliano Martinez

Martinez proved himself to be an outstanding goalkeeper and a master of mind games when, in the Copa America, he psychologically destroyed Yerry Mina before the Colombian could take his kick.

The Argentine could be heard yelling ‘I’m going to eat you’ at Mina and letting her know where the penalty was going.

He duly followed the right path and saved the attempt.

Jamie Vardy

Vardy scores against Wolves, you know what’s next… the speedy Englishman sprinting towards the opposing support and screaming as loud as he can until the hair on the back of his neck stands on end.

It’s the kind of housekeeping Vardy loves to be involved in. He’s not necessarily one to make nasty tackles or talk his mouth, he talks on the pitch, but when the opportunity arises he never hesitates.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, must be respected.

Jamie Vardy trolls Wolves fans after scoring in Premier League clash
Jamie Vardy trolls Wolves fans after scoring in Premier League clash

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