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Hi Martin Re "Here is our list of players to have played for two title winners and won a medal with both of them" There are 6! Ashley Cole also won the premier league title with both Arsenal and Chelsea
Posted 12:55 16th October 2012
Great column as always! Im not sure if this is correct but Ashley Cole won the premier league with Arsenal and Chelsea? Also Juan Sebastien Veron played for both Man Utd and Chelsea and won the league with Man Utd?
Posted 12:48 16th October 2012
Surely David May should feature here as well, having played for both Utd & Blackburn
Posted 14:16 15th October 2012
I would just like to add, something which Martin forgot to add, is that Andy Cole like Mark Hughes, has played for three premier league winners and only won a medal with one of them teams. Mr Cole has had the distinction of playing for Manchester United, Blackburn and least we forgot Manchester City.
Posted 13:55 15th October 2012
Dwight yorke has played for two title winning teams and won a medal with man utd and also played for blackburn
Posted 18:35 9th October 2012