Worst impact: 1. Dawson - the Trevior Senior award winner. The signing that more than any other led directly to our relegation. Had we signed a decent centre back we may well have stayed up. 2. Welbeck - blinded by the name on his shirt we brought in a striker with a terrible injury record. We needed a goalscoring striker instead we got 2 league goals in a relegation season. 3. Sarr - if we'd spent the money on a centre back, left back and a goal scoring striker we'd probably still be in the premier league. He's a lovely lad with a great attitude but he should stay this season cos he owe's us. 4. Suarez - if we'd never signed this ex footballer we could've brought in Doucs when he was still motivated instead of loaning him to Granada and had a barnstorming 2nd half to our 1st season back in the prem. 5. Pantilimon - if we'd had someone less muppet like in goal in the FA cup semi final v Palace we couldve had another flag waving Mancunian hammering at Wembley. Best impact: 1. Ighalo - his goals carried us through the winter before we signed Watson and everything clicked in the promotion season and the next season his goals kept us up. 2. Niang - did F all apart from almost single handedly getting us the 6 points against West Brom and Burnley that kept us up under Mazzarri. 3. Gomes - no explanation needed. 4. Richarlison - the only signing that has fully conformed to the 'Pozzo model' fairy tale we were sold when they bought the club. Trousering over £30m profit in 12 months is not to be sniffed at. 5. Watson - the missing piece in the jigsaw that got us promoted.