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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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