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30 Players With Most Premier League Medals Since 1988

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Manchester United legend, Ryan Joseph Giggs, better known as Ryan Giggs has won more Premier League medals than any other player in the top-level English football league.

Naija News understands that the English Premier League was founded as the FA Premier League on 20 February 1992. This followed the decision of clubs in the Football League First Division to break away from the Football League, founded in 1888.

Since the inception of the Premier League, Manchester United and Liverpool are the only clubs to have won more league championships.

However, while players from all clubs in the English League battle for personal records giving their outstanding performances, Ryan Gigs took the lead by winning 13 medals in different seasons with United.

The 47-year-old former player is now the manager of the Wales national team and a co-owner of Salford City, a route he took after his retirement from playing.

Second with most medals in the Premier League is also former Red Devils, Paul Scholes. Naija News understands that the 46-year-old former player now an English football coach and a pundit had 11 league medals, just two behind Gigs.

Schooles scored over 150 goals in more than 700 appearances between 1993 and 2013 during his entire professional playing career with Manchester United.

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Third on the list of players with the most Premier League medals is English football coach, Gary Alexander Neville, better known as Gary Neville.

Neville retired from football in 2011 and went into punditry and was a commentator for Sky Sports. Subsequently, he took over the head coach position at Valencia in 2015, Naija News understands.

The 46-year-old who is also a former Red Devil has 8 medals in total before his retirement from football.

See below 30 Player with the most Premier League Medals since 1888.

1. Ryan Giggs – Manchester United = 13
2. Paul Scholes – Manchester United = 11
3. Gary Neville – Manchester United = 8
4. Dennis Irwin – Manchester United = 7
5. Roy Keane – Manchester United = 6
6. David Beckham – Manchester United = 6
7. Nicky Butt – Manchester United = 6
8. Phil Neville – Manchester United = 6
9. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – Manchester United = 6
10. Rio Ferdinand – Manchester United = 6
11. Peter Schmeichel – Manchester United = 5
12. Andrew Cole – Manchester United = 5
13. Wes Brown – Manchester United = 5
14. John O’Shea – Manchester United = 5
15. Wayne Rooney – Manchester United = 5
16. Patrick Evra – Manchester United = 5
17. Nemanja Vidic – Manchester United = 5
18. Darren Fletcher – Manchester United = 5
19. Michael Carrick – Manchester United = 5
20. John Terry – Chelsea = 5
21. Brian McClair – Manchester United = 4
22. Eric Cantona – Manchester United = 4
23. Gary Pallister – Manchester United = 4
24. Michael Silvestre – Manchester United = 4
25. Edwin Van Der Sar – Manchester United = 4
26. Park Ji-Sung – Manchester United = 4
27. Anderson – Manchester United = 4
28. Luis Nani – Manchester United = 4
29. Tomas Kuschak – Manchester United = 4
30. Didier Drogba – Chelsea = 4

Source: Naija News






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