Who do you think should have been number one? Criticism - constructive and destructive - is always welcomed either in the Comments section or on twitter...
|10. ERIC DJEMBA-DJEMBA (St. Mirren)|
|9. KEVIN LUCKASSEN (Ross County)|
|8. DAVID CORNELL (St. Mirren)|
|7. RORY FALLON (St. Johnstone)|
|6. DERK BOERRIGTER (Celtic)|
Within days of joining Celtic, Boerrigter told fans "don't call me Sicknote", insisting his reputation for being injury-prone at Ajax was unfounded. Yet the Dutch winger has spent so much time on the treatment table that he must be at risk of developing bedsores. Celtic spanked a whopping £3million on him - and so far he's managed just seven starts and a solitary goal. In fact, he hasn't started a league game since September, and even when fit he has been used only as a substitute. At that price, Boerrigter was presumably signed with the Champions League in mind, but, like most of his teammates, he completely failed to impress against continental opposition. Given that he plays mostly on the left flank, it's unclear how Neil Lennon intended to use him, given that Georgios Samaras is usually deployed in that area. Maybe he'll stay fit next season and be a huge success - or, more likely, he'll prove to be the Scottish Premiership's equivalent of Darren Anderton.
|5. MARK STEWART (Kilmarnock)|
And the award for the most pointless signing of the season certainly goes to Allan Johnston for this move, which made literally zero sense. Stewart is a diminutive forward who often plays wide; Kilmarnock had plenty of players who could play through the middle or up front more effectively. Oh, and he's not actually particularly good. Stewart spent last season at Dundee, where he couldn't get into a side that were the worst in the top flight by miles. Much like with Kyle Jacobs, Johnston thrust Stewart straight into the team - he came on as a sub against St. Mirren just hours after signing - and ditched him from first team contention after little more than a month. Thankfully, he was on a short-term deal, which meant he could be punted in January. He's now at Derry City.
|4. DAVID GOODWILLIE (Dundee United)|
|3. GARY HARKINS (St. Mirren)|
It is possible that Gary Harkins is only good when he plays for Dundee, given that his spell at Kilmarnock was a huge disappointment. But his form at Dens Park in the last few months of last season persuaded St. Mirren to snap him up, and I must admit that my mouth watered at the prospect of him linking up with Paul McGowan. In order for that to work, however, Harkins would have had to actually break sweat. Lennon's persistence with him was admirable in some ways, but deplorable in others - McGowan was shunted into other positions where he was less effective just so Harkins could play in his preferred role, long after it became apparent that this wouldn't work either. In the seven league games he started, the Buddies managed just a single point. He was loaned to Oldham in January, after Lennon berated his lack of effort - "I would have liked to have seen him work a little bit harder out of possession. I thought when he came here we could have changed that." Sadly for St. Mirren fans, he's under contract for next year, so you may not have seen the last of him.
|2. ROWAN VINE (Hibernian)|
|1. STEPHANE BAHOKEN (St. Mirren)|