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1. Premier League (2004), FA Cup (2005), Premier League (2010)

Ashley Cole

2. Scottish Premier League (2002), La Liga (2005), Premier League (2007)

Henrik Larsson

3. Second Division (1989), Premier League (1998), Rear of the Year (2006)

Ian Wright

4. Premier League (2005), FA Cup (2008), League Cup (2012)

Glen Johnson

5. Ligue 1 (1994), Ballon d'Or (1995), FA Cup (2000)

George Weah

6. La Liga (1995), Pichichi Trophy (1995), UEFA Cup (1998)

Ivan Zamorano

7. Premier League (1995), Tournoi de France (1997), FA Cup (2000)

Graeme Le Saux

8. FA Cup (1983), FA Cup (1985), All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (1977)

Kevin Moran

9. Champions League (1995), La Liga (1997), Champions League (2003)

Clarence Seedorf

10. Scottish Premier League (1999), Premier League (2002), Champions League (2006)

Giovanni van Bronckhorst

11. Premier League (2002), FA Cup (2003), Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup (2009)

Freddie Ljungberg

12. Copa Libertadores (2001), Intertoto Cup (2003), Copa Libertadores (2007)

Juan Roman Riquelme

13. UEFA Cup (1999), La Liga (2008), World Cup (2006)

Fabio Cannavaro

14. Premier League (2006), FA Cup (2007), Dad of the Year (2009)

John Terry

15. World Cup (1998), Serie A (2003), Argentina Primera B (2012)

David Trezeguet

16. FA Cup (1981), UEFA Cup (1984), Ligue 1 (1988)

Glenn Hoddle

17. Champions League (2001), Bundesliga (2006), Premier League (2008)

Owen Hargreaves

18. La Liga (2000), European Golden Boot (2003), Bundesliga (2005)

Roy Makaay

19. Premier League (2007), Champions League (2008), GQ Best Dressed Man (2005)

Rio Ferdinand

20. European Cup (1984), Coppa Italia (1985), Scottish Premier League (1987)

Graeme Souness

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ven if United were to sign CR7 & Messi to play upfront, the fact remains Fletcher and Cleverly are playing in midfield. That's where the problem is. Fletcher is too slow with an awful pass, while Cleverly is simply rubbish

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rop Rooney (he's so disappointing, overrated and overpaid), and play Di Maria and RVP upfront, much like the set up at the Netherlands team with Roben and RVP...

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