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Danish defender Per Krøldrup joined Everton from Italian side Udinese in June 2005, for a reported £5m. He played one league game (the 4-0 away defeat at Aston Villa) and a home FA Cup tie against Milwall.

He was listed in The Times newspaper's "Top 50 worst transfers" and the Liverpool Echo's "Merseyside Lost 11" - a list of Liverpool and Everton players the paper considered the worst in history.

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