Schwarzer actually became the first player to win the title with two different teams in back to back seasons, before of course, N’Golo Kanté followed suit immediately, heading in the opposite direction. Cole made his final appearance for the Gunners in the 2006 Champions League final defeat to Barcelona - but ended up getting his hands on the trophy six years later with Chelsea - as well as the Premier League title once again in 2009-2010 - he is now back at Stamford Bridge as a youth team coach. Liverpool aren't the first to benefit from Milner's ability and versatility, however, with Manchester City having also utilised the Leeds academy graduate to great effect as they won their first two Premier League titles in 2012 and 2014. Won the title the following year after another stellar personal performance, however, things have gone quiet since Sarri inexplicably moved the world’s best ‘breaker-upper’ into an attacking role. Horse Racing / Lightning quick Anelka would go on to become a key player in the Gunners title challenge, scoring his debut goal at Highbury in a 3-2 victory over title rivals Man Utd. there are a couple of UNBROKEN records that might probably last forever. Now retired at 47, the affable Aussie is mostly found doing punditry work on the Premier League for TV down under. But, that’s exactly what Anelka did. None for Leicester the following year. In fact, there are actually only 10 players who can stake a claim to that statistic - far fewer than you'd expect when more and more professionals are switching between the stand-out teams. Wolves' victory over Sheff Utd was their 1,999th league win. What you cry, Mark Schwarzer of Middlesbrough won two Premier League titles with different clubs? Something of a good luck charm by all accounts as he’s won trophies galore including the World Cup in less than fancied teams. The most recent addition to the list is indeed the tenth player to join this elite group of footballers, Riyad Mahrez. Not many players will finish their careers having turned out for footballing giants Arsenal, Real Madrid, PSG, Liverpool, Man City, Chelsea, Juventus and ahem, Bolton. The one player on this list that could have won it with three clubs. When Manchester United needed reinforcements in 1997, then, they knew exactly where to look. That was in 2014 and two years later he was named PFA Players Player of the Year and nominated for the Ballon d’Or! 2… Last seen treading the turf for İstanbul Başakşehir. A complicated and controversial £20 million transfer to Man Utd was proposed in the summer, however, it was never quite clear what went on, some sort of loan deal, who knows? However, the Frenchman had the longest gap between titles, lifting the trophy with Arsenal as a teenager in 1998 and waiting more than a decade before adding another with Chelsea. After signing from Caen in 2015, the midfielder helped Leicester to that phenomenal success before seeing the club quintuple their money in a year by selling him to Chelsea. Anelka was an English champion with Arsenal in 1998, Chelsea in 2010 and came narrowly second with Liverpool in 2001. To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. By navigating our site, you agree to allow us to use cookies, in accordance with our Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy. Ashley Cole infuriated Gunners fans when he left for Chelsea in 2006, as they knew they had lost arguably the world's best left-back to local rivals. Must be wondering what the hell’s going on recently, as he’s gone through a domestic English season without winning a trophy. Argentine Carlos Tevez was a hero at Manchester United, forming part of a blistering front three alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney as Sir Alex Ferguson's side won the title in the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons. 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MW5 stats: Man Utd target club first at Newcastle, Calvert-Lewin earns Everton derby draw 8 players who won the Premier League title with two different clubs N’Golo Kante – the first player to win back-to-back Premier League titles with different clubs Rohith Nair FOLLOW Read More: Paddy’s Guide to Sport That’s Still Actually Happening. Aymeric Laporte has rejoined the squad after recovering from COVID-19 but Monday's match comes too soon. After leaving England, the Argentine added two more domestic titles in Italy with Juventus, and three back home with Boca Juniors. James Milner (Manchester City & Liverpool). Click here to join the action. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here. Steve Walsh whose reputation became national news after Leicester City’s remarkable championship winning achievement in 2016, must be as good as they say, after all, Mahrez only managed 6 goals in 60 appearances for the lowly French side. The first man to achieve the title with multiple clubs was Norwegian defender Henning Berg, who was snapped up by Blackburn Rovers in 1993 by Kenny Dalglish. © 2020 Sports New Media Limited. 7 months ago. Kenny who stumped up £400,000 the for the 23-year-old. Another who deserted the Gunners for pastures new and, a hefty boost to the old bank balance is a man who no one has a bad word to say about, yes, Kolo Touré. 3 hours ago, Phil Thompson / His personality might best be summed up by Houllier’s decision not to offer him a permanent contract in favour of shrinking violet El Hadji Diouf. It’s a rare feat, so much so that only one Englishman has done it. External Link, New players a positive, according to Nuno, LIVE: Pulisic and Walcott start after 10-man Everton hold on, Calvert-Lewin rescues derby draw for Everton, Calvert-Lewin: It's important to speak about racism, Man City v Arsenal: Guardiola update on De Bruyne. Completing the list is another member of that stunning Leicester side, with Mahrez making it two titles when Manchester City clinched the title on the final day of the 2018-19 season. Read More: Pogba Uses Downtime to Plan New Ways to Wind Up United Fans. It transpired that the ’noisy neighbours’ over at City were plotting a raid for Tevez who became the first player since Terry Cooke in 1999 to cross the divide. Wolves' teenage striker Fabio Silva, 18, could be in contention for his Premier League debut, while Nuno Espirito Santo reports no fresh injury concerns.Ilkay Gundogan is unavailable after he tested positive for COVID-19. To see all content on The Sun, please use the Site Map. JAMES MILNER joyfully collected his third Premier League winners' medal on Wednesday night, adding to the two he earned with Manchester City in 2012 and 2014. So when asking ‘who has won the premier league with two different clubs’, Berg was the first man to do it. Injury issues have hampered the 2018 World Cup winner over the last year or two, but the 29-year-old remains one of the league's finest midfielders. After bursting onto the scene as an 18-year-old, mainly as a deputy to Cole, Clichy played 12 times in Arsenal’s invincible season in which he became the youngest player to ever win a Premier League winners medal. In fact, the attacking midfielder helped Milan to 2 UCL titles, first in 2003/ 2004 and then again in 2006/ 2007. Football, Premier League / James Milner became one of just 11 players to have ever won the PL with two different clubs. No the first player to win the champion league with two different clubs was Marceille Desailly.Who won it with Marseille and A.C.Milan. Brilliant Cash Out earns Syndicate huge return for losing ticket. Moving to Real Madrid in the summer of 1999 with just 2 full seasons at Arsenal under his belt, Anelka became something of a journeyman. If anyone ever asks you who has won the Premier League with two different clubs but didn’t make an appearance for either, the answer is Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer. Anelka's Premier League career yielded 126 goals and two Premier League titles 12 years apart - in 1998 with Arsenal under Arsene Wenger and 2010 with Chelsea under Carlo Ancelotti. Five years in the East Midlands eventually came to an end in 2018, and he chipped in with seven goals for Pep Guardiola’s City – including a cracker in that crucial win at Brighton. Pep Guardiola revealed Sergio Aguero is out for one to two months as the striker continues to recover following knee surgery in June. The Sun website is regulated by the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). In fact, remarkably, he could be set for a return to the Premier League with Frank Lampard’s Derby County should their play-off campaign prove fruitful, a mere twenty years since he made his debut for the Gunners against Middlesbrough, in the 90s! External Link, City aiming to continue strong post-international break form Berg made no less than 42 appearances in Blackburn's title-winning season, before moving to Old Trafford to grab the 1999-00 and 2000-01 league crowns. The fourth member of that jolly club is Ivorian Kolo Toure. He started 40 of Blackburn Rovers' 42 matches in their victorious 1994-95 title-winning campaign before winning a further two, the first as part of the famous treble, with Manchester United. After a lengthy transfer saga in the summer of 2006, Cole would sign for Chelsea in a deal that saw William Gallas head in the opposite direction. Although unlike Kante he remained with Leicester for a further season, helping them progress to the knockout stages of the Champions League, he eventually signalled his intentions to league the club the following summer and joined Manchester City for a fee of £60m which made him the most expensive African footballer in the world. He did indeed, however, he didn’t actually make any appearances for both Chelsea or Leicester in their respective championship-winning seasons. 2… Who has won the Premier League with two different clubs? It doesn't get more gangster than winning the Premier League with two rival clubs, but that's exactly what Tevez did between 2008 and 2012, while upsetting a fair share of supporters along the way. Horse Racing / City would repeat the feat in 2013/4 before Milner moved to Liverpool in 2015. Well, here are the ONLY four players to win the Champions League in consecutive years with two different teams. 1 day ago, Matt Chapman /