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Pictured here playing Dreamcast with Thierry Henry (what a glorious sentence), if you didn't get it right then you should have stopped.
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Tottenham youth product Peter Crouch has now played for approximately 7,263 clubs (in Europe alone)
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He left Italy at one point because he ran out of clubs
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They're now having to create new clubs so that John Macken has someone to play for.
Twas Robinho, obviously.
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The one and only.
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£500,000£900,000£1.35 million£1.5 million
It was a mere £900,000
He wore the No.12 shirt in his first match
He went to Schalke where he kept up his prolific goalscoring record for two seasons.
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Litmanen had two spells at Ajax, and two at Lahti.
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Atletico Madrid and Middlesbrough
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was at Atletico before going to Chelsea, and then left Chelsea for Middlesbrough.
Your whole childhood is a lie.
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You have to be pretty great to play for two separate pairs of rival teams and still be regarded as a legend by all of them.
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He has played for eight Premier League clubs. EIGHT.
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