Should we have a winter break in England? Celebrated winning 50 caps for his country by shaving his head, Paul Jones also made 209 Premier League appearances. No, not really. When fit, Aaron Ramsey is one of the most intelligent and creative midfielders around. Mark Hughes was one of the key players for Manchester United in the early years of the Premier League, the forward was United's top scorer as they won the first ever Premier League title. Believe it or not, James Collins played in the Premier League for 13 seasons in a row, between 2005 and 2018. He was good pushing forward and had a terrific ability to open things up with his passing.The Dubliner moved late in his teens to Millwall but got his Premier League chance at Wimbledon where he established himself as a very capable full back.It was after moving to Birmingham City, though, and switching to central defence that he really came into his own. Pembridge went on to make 228 appearances in England's top flight, netting 17 times. In total, Hughes made 297 appearances in the Premier League, scoring 64 times. Overall, the midfielder has made just under 200 appearances in the Premier League. Speed was the ultimate professional. Hughes went on to win two Premier League titles with the Red Devils before departing for Chelsea, where he stayed for three seasons and enjoyed domestic and continental cup success, before appearing for Southampton, Everton and Blackburn. Welsh Premier League - Winner Betting Odds. After joining Swansea City in 2008, he helped guide them to the Premier League in 2011. Allen's stellar performances in the heart of the midfield saw him earn himself a move to Liverpool in the summer of 2012. Home ⇒ Premier League ⇒ All-Time Premier League All-Time Premier League Top Welsh Goalscorers 1992-93 to 2019-20 Table lists Top Number of Premier League Goals by Welsh Players. Ramsey went on to make 262 Premier League appearances for Arsenal before departing on a free transfer. Giggs was a crucial player during United's most successful period, with his astonishing skill and understanding of the game allowing him to change a game in the blink of an eye. Taken from us far too soon, Gary Speed is gone but he will never be forgotten. The 2010-11 season marked the first major transformation when the league was reduced from 18 teams to the Super 12, but another change of name heralds the dawn of the Cymru Leagues, with the Football Association of Wales taking over control of the second tier of Welsh football following a review of the Welsh league pyramid. Now 30, he is turning out for Stoke City. When we will see another moment quite like that again? Whatever the case, England's top flight would not have been the same without them, so we here at 90min have decided to rank the 20 best Welsh players of the Premier League era... A slightly controversial inclusion on this list, considering the number of Premier League appearances Chris Coleman made, but it is his love for his country and his talent that gives him the edge here. Hartson perhaps enjoyed the best spell of his career during his time with Celtic, grabbing 41 goals in 85 appearances. Davies is perhaps best remembered for his time at Fulham, notably playing a vital role in the west London club's iconic run to the Europa League final in 2009/10. We don't know. Coleman was eligible to play for the Republic of Ireland, but this was never an option for him as he wanted to thrive for the Welsh side. One of Wales' highest scoring and most capped players of all time, Dean Saunders enjoyed a long career which lasted from 1982 to 2001. Despite scoring a bucket load of goals to lead Liverpool to glory in the pre-Premier League era, he did also go on to net 45 times in the Premier League for the Reds.