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Name the Premier League footballer based on each description. Each player has made over 400 Premier League appearances.


Born in Bury in 1975. Made 400 appearances for Manchester United and was capped 85 times by England. Left Old Trafford to work with England, Valencia and Sky Sports.

Gary Neville


A midfielder who began his career at Crewe Alexandra before making Premier League appearances for Liverpool, Charlton Athletic, Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham. Played for England just nine times, scoring once.

Danny Murphy


A striker who made a big money move from Southampton to Blackburn Rovers in 1997 after beginning his career with Chesterfield. Made just one England appearance in 2010, but scored plenty of Premier League goals, most notably in a long and successful spell with Bolton Wanderers.

Kevin Davies


French central defender who initially moved to England in 2001, joining Newcastle United on loan from Paris Saint-Germain. A permanent move to Manchester City followed before spells with Portsmouth, Everton and Bournemouth.

Sylvain Distin


A long spell at The New Den gave way to a move to Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest in 1991. His stay at the City Ground was short before he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he scored 76 times in 166 games. His real successes came at Old Trafford where he won the lot. Recently managed Stevenage.

Teddy Sheringham


A striker who began his career with Leicester City at Filbert Street. He made 154 appearances for his home town club before a move to Anfield in 2000. There he scored 39 times over four seasons before playing at Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic, Aston Villa and others. Middle name is Ivanhoe.

Emile Heskey


Welshman who spent his entire playing career at Old Trafford. Had a spell as interim manager at Old Trafford following the departure of David Moyes.

Ryan Giggs


Born in Romford in 1978, this player began his career with West Ham United before a switch to Stamford Bridge brought 147 goals in 429 games. Won the Champions League in 2012.

Frank Lampard