The top four premiership clubs since 1999 are Manchester United, Arsenal , Chelsea and Liverpool.
Is that possible? FIFA laws state that a player cannot play for more than two clubs in one year
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The only player who has scored in the World Cup final and played for a team in the English Premier League is Manuel Petit, he played for Arsenal and scored in the 1998 final.
Mikael Silvestre William Gallas Nicholas Anelka Ashley Cole
Mickael Silvestre - Arsenal & United Nicolas Anelka - Arsenal, Chelsea & Liverpool Andy Cole - Arsenal & United
Michael Owen has played for Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle United, and Manchester United . Four clubs in all.
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There have been four players from Republic of Ireland who have won the Premiership; Denis Irwin, Roy Keane, John O'Shea and Damien Duff. The only player from Northern Ireland to win the Premiership is Roy Carroll.
Andy cole, les Ferdinand, nick barmby and Craig bellamy i think and Marcus bent
He is the Dutch footballer called Clarence Seedorf , who has actually won four champion league medals with three clubs not four clubs. They are Ajax, Real Madrid and twice with A.C. Milan.
William Gallas, Nicholas Anelka, Ashley Cole, Sylvestre, Sebastian Veron
Alan Cork and Dave Beasant both played for Wimbledon FC in all four divisions of the Football League pre the formation of the Premiership.
John Burridge was the oldest player to appear in a English Premiership League game. He came on as a half-time substitute for Manchester City against Newcastle United on 29 April 1995. He was aged 43 years, four months and 26 days.
Must be more than one.Anelka's played in four: Arsenal, Bolton, Man City, Chelsea.
No I do not think so as Verona are not in the top four clubs in Italy.
Silvestre Used to play for Manchester United before and now he play Arsenal.