The latest Premier League rules have stated that 23 players are now guaranteed to receive a Premier League winners' medal should the club win the title.
The criteria for the last few years has been that each player must play a minimum of five games to qualify for a medal.
Today we take a look at the top 5 famous Premier League stars/legends who missed out on gaining a medal despite their team winning the title.
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1. Gary Neville
Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville won the Premier League 10 times but could only collect eight medals out of those wins.
The first time came in at the start of his career when he only made one appearances for United in 1992. The second one came in at the end of his career after retiring following a disastrous display away at West Brom in 2011.
2. Mohamed Salah
Salah could not earn the Premier League winners medal in 2014/15 under Jose Mourinho after being loaned out to Fiorentina at the halfway point.
3. Micah Richards
Richards played a major role in Roberto Mancini landing Manchester City's first Premier League title in 2011/12.
However, he missed out on his second Premier League winners medal as he made just two appearances in an injury hit season under Manuel Pellegrini in 2013/14.
4. Federico Macheda
Manchester United fans can never forget Macheda's debut winner against Aston Villa back in the 2008/09 season.
However, he had just made four appearances in the season for United and hence missed out on a winners medal.
5. Wes Brown
Wes Brown won five Premier League titles under Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United.
However he missed out on the winner's medal in the 2008-09 season because of injury and thus he has four medals to his name.
Two years later, history repeated itself when he missed out on another medal.