The present football era is believed to be bloated with money, resulting in the steady decline in club loyalty. Many players have been accused of putting profit before patriotism and loyalty. Clubs have been restricted from spending freely in order to secure transfers. With the last set of one club players hanging up their boots, FootyLogue had to dig up the most memorable one club players that started their careers in the 90s.
Carles Puyol, a long time serving captain of Barcelona, who took over from Luis Enrique in 2004 ended his career as a one club man. The centre-back played 593 times for the Catalan side, winning a total of 21 major titles. Joining La Blaugrana as a youth in 1995, Puyol spent 18 seasons, retiring earlier than expected due to his frequent knee injuries.