Two Players Who Have Played For Liverpool Arsenal And Chelsea In The Premier League?
- 1 Which Premier League player who has played for 4 different Premier League winning teams has never himself won the title?
- 2 What player has played for the most Premier League clubs?
- 3 What players have gone from Arsenal to Chelsea?
- 4 Why did Benayoun leave Liverpool?
- 5 Who is the longest serving football player?
- 6 Who is Tottenham’s biggest rival?
Which Premier League player who has played for 4 different Premier League winning teams has never himself won the title?
Craig Douglas Bellamy (born 13 July 1979) is a Welsh former professional footballer who played as a forward.
What player has played for the most Premier League clubs?
Gareth Barry has the most Premier League appearances. James Milner is the only active Premier League player with over 500 appearances.
What players have gone from Arsenal to Chelsea?
Arsenal to Chelsea
- Sandy MacFarlane (as player: Arsenal 1896–1897; Chelsea 1913–1914)
- Jimmy Sharp (as player: Arsenal 1905–1908; Chelsea 1912–1915)
- Leslie Knighton (as manager: Arsenal 1919–1925; Chelsea 1933–1939)
- Bob Turnbull (as player: Arsenal 1923–1924; Chelsea 1925–1928)
Why did Benayoun leave Liverpool?
“Everyone asks me why I left Liverpool,” said Benayoun. “There is only one reason – Rafa Benítez.” The midfielder says the Spaniard, who left Liverpool to manage Internazionale, never treated him with respect he felt he deserved. “If I played well, I never felt he gave me credit,” he told the News of the World.
Who is the longest serving football player?
Retired players Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs appeared in more than 900 matches over 24 seasons. Giggs is also the only player to play in 22 successive Premier League seasons, and the only player to score in 21 successive Premier League seasons. Giggs won 34 trophies during his career with the Red Devils.
Who is Tottenham’s biggest rival?
Chelsea F.C. –Tottenham Hotspur F.C. rivalry – is a rivalry dating back to their first meeting in 1909, between West London Chelsea and North London Tottenham Hotspur. They’ve played each other just over 160 times.