The Premier League has reached its conclusion following another gripping season that saw Manchester City retain their title despite being pushed all the way by Liverpool.
Consistency was key to their success and while Pep Guardiola’s players will have a medal to show for their efforts, others will not have been rewarded despite their refusal to succumb to the demands of top-flight football.
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Burnley’s Ben Mee, Crystal Palace‘s Luka Milivojevic and Wolves captain Conor Coady are the only three outfield players to feature in every minute of the Premier League for their respective clubs in the 38-game campaign.
Coady has gone one better and has played every single minute of the club’s 46-game season – including the FA Cup, where they reached the semi-final, and Carabao Cup ties, with Wolves finishing seventh in the league, their best finish in 39 years.
Milivojevic has enjoyed a excellent season with Palace and has had his best year in terms of goals, scoring 12 times, with ten coming from the penalty spot.
It is unsurprising that the nine other players on the ever-present list who feature are goalkeepers.
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