Paul Scholes – Manchester United – 97 Yellow Cards, 4 Red Cards
Manchester United played some beautiful football during the reign of Paul Scholes.His dominance in the midfield made Manchester United a complete force and a fearsome team that nobody wished to face in the premier league.Whilst the diminutive midfielder rightfully picked up the plaudits, he was notorious for his unwavering attitude towards winning and his relatively poor tackling ability.
Kevin Davies – Southampton, Bolton & Blackburn Rovers - 98 Yellow Cards, 2 Red Cards
Kevin flourished for Southampton for over 10 years making 304 appearances for the club.He also scored 76 goals for the club as a midfielder.He is all time appearance maker for Southampton upto today.His disciplinary record was not soo good for a top midfielder like him.
Lee Bowyer – Leeds United, West Ham United, Birmingham City & Newcastle United - 100 Yellow Cards, 5 Red Cards
One of the best midfielders in premier league, Bowyer who primarily played for Newcastle was capped 309 times for the club.In his reign at premier league, he recieved 100 yellow cards and 5 red cards.
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