James Milner Is The 11th Player To Lift The Premier League With Two Clubs
James Milner has become the eleventh player to lift the Premier League with two clubs.
After being heard ripping in to Manchester United moments before, the former England international got his hands on the Premier League trophy on Wednesday night at Anfield - continuing an impressive haul of medals in his collection.
It was Milner's third title after his two triumphs with Manchester City in 2011/12 and 2013/14 and he now joins an exclusive club as a result.
Prior to Milner coming to the party, Riyad Mahrez was the most recent member after playing a starring role in Leicester City's fairytale win in 2015//16 - before he lifted the trophy again with sky blue ribbons on in his first season at Manchester City.
N'Golo Kante and Robert Huth were also key cogs in that Leicester City title-winning side under Claudio Ranieri, with both also winning the top flight with Chelsea at different points.
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Somehow, the same can be said for Mark Schwarzer, who won back-to-back league titles with the aforementioned clubs at the age of 43 even though he didn't technically qualify for a medal after failing to play a single game.
Kolo Toure and Gael Clichy were both part of Arsenal 'Invincibles' in 2003/04 and later helped Manchester City to their first league title for 44 years, while Carlos Tevez is a Premier League winner with both Manchester clubs after his controversial move from United in 2009.
Nicolas Anelka and Ashley Cole have medals to mark their title success with Arsenal and Chelsea, with the very first man to win a Premier League with two clubs being Henning Berg.
He played every game in Blackburn Rovers' win in 1994/95 and then lifted a further two titles with Manchester United.