By winning this year’s Premier League title, Manchester City have established themselves as the dominant side of the 2010s.
Over the course of the decade they've won four titles – having not previously won the league since the 1960s. Those four league victories since 2010 have edged them ahead of Chelsea’s three, and rivals Manchester United’s two in the same period.
But how much of that success has rested on the same players? Only a few can lay claim to having been part of the side throughout their unprecedented period of success. In fact, since the Premier League began only 59 players have won a title three times.
Below is every player to have officially earned a trio of Premier League medals, whether they played 38 games across a season or a handful as a substitute.
Each player’s medal total, club(s) and nationality are below. Ten minutes are on the clock and we’d love to know how you got on @FourFourTwo – we’ll retweet the best scores, if you don’t give answers away – and please challenge some pals too. Ta!
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