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6 Ex-Footballers Who Could Without Doubt 100% Still Play in the Premier League

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There was nostalgia emanating from every blade of the Etihad pitch, as players to have donned the Citizens' blue took on a Premier League All-Stars side in an entertaining 2-2 draw.

All the proceeds from the clash went  towards Tackle4MCR, a charity Kompany set up with Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham to help with homelessness in the city.

Sure, he never played in the Premier League, but there is no questioning that Clarence Seedorf could still cut it among the best in the top divisions.

?On Wednesday night fans were treated to a pleasant walk down memory lane as a whole host of former, and current, players took to the field for Vincent Kompany's Manchester City testimonial.

Trademark cross-field passes were a forte of his, and considering to do so he doesn't actually need to run that much, he could still star in the Premier League.

Really, can anyone safely say the level of ball control and inch-perfect passing ability Scholes possesses wouldn't put him above, say, Granit Xhaka at Arsenal?

The sheer quality of football on show from the ex-pros on the night got us think: how many former players could still cut the mustard in the ?Premier League?
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