Think its Karel Poborsky
The English FA wrote the rules for Football in 1863...so probably from that point.The Football Association (FA) legalised professionalism in 1895. Professional players from the working class had been hired to play football since the 1870s, and their presence caused anxiety among middle-class players, who believed that these professional players were only interested to be paid to win. Aston Villa was the first top-tiered football club that openly hired professional players of the time, although most of the professionals were hired by clubs that were located in the industrial North. It occurred to the Old Boys in the FA that most clubs wanted to win in their leagues, and in order to do that, they had to hire professional players. As a result, they passed their legislation in 1895 on condition that clubs had to follow the transfer window rules and the transfer fee system as a means to limit the transferability of the players.
Domestic:League CupFA CupCommunity Shield (winners of FA Cup vs winners of Premier League)League:Premier League title (top-flight winners)European Trophies:UEFA Champions LeagueEuropa League
Barcelona - this season 2009 - 2010 wining a total of six trophies, the first team in the world to achieve this. www.salouholiday.co.uk
The football player that has won the most trophies is Ryan Giggs. He has won a total of 34 trophies.
R.Miah - Manchester United - 27 Trophies K.Ali - Chelsea FC - 18 Trophies W.Rooney - Manchester United - 9 Trophies M.Akhtar - Arsenal - 0 and counting..
Ryan Giggs for sure
Aidan Shea and John Bickle
The team who have won most trophies in English football is Manchester United football club with 59 competitive trophies
Rangers F.C. have won the most trophies in the world.
Liverpool have won the most English Domestic Trophies with 43 major titles.