Premier League season.It is indeed a momentous landmark. From the scrappy Divison One, the English game has evolved and modernised into what’s considered the best league in the world now.
And, given its 30-year birthday, we felt it would be worthwhile to check out the very first Premier League photoshoot in 1992.The Telegraph report that the image was part of a TV advert.
It features 22 footballers who were taken to a warehouse near Wembley for the photoshoot. Here we go through the players whose faces make an appearance. READ MORE Chelsea 'willing to break Harry Maguire record fee' and spend £85m to land Wesley Fofana David Hirst (Sheffield Wednesday)Made almost 300 appearances for Sheffield Wednesday and went on to coach the club’s academy in 2013.Lee Sharpe (Manchester United)Manchester United cult hero Lee Sharpe went on to enjoy the celebrity lifestyle in his later years, even featuring on many reality TV shows. Tony Daley (Aston Villa)A pacey winger that retired and became a fitness coach who earned a degree in Exercise Science.Vinnie Jones (Chelsea)A Premier League legend of the 1990s that went on to become a Hollywood movie star.Mark Wright (Liverpool)Had stints with Liverpool, Derby County, Southampton and Oxford United but is now a regular pundit on LFC TV, Liverpool's official TV channel.John Wark (Ipswich Town)An Ipswich Town legend who had an appearance in fan favourite film Escape to Victory.Tim Flowers (Southampton)Played half a century of matches at a professional level and was most recently the manager of Stratford Town, who play in Southern League Premier Division.Tim Sherwood (Blackburn Rovers)Won the Premier League title with Blackburn Rovers before a tepid time as manager - now a pundit for Sky.Read more on dailystar.co.uk