Manchester United All time Greatest Players

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 Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs closed one chapter of his football career – the epic, decades-spanning story of him as a player – on the same day he started a new one, as Manchester United’s new assistant manager.

 

Born: 29 Nov 1973
Signed: 09 Jul 1990
Debut: 02 Mar 1991 v Everton (H) League
Goals total: 168
Appearances total: 963
Position: Midfielder
Left United:

 Sir Bobby Charlton

 Sir Bobby Charlton

Sir Bobby Charlton

Nobody embodies the values of Manchester United better than Sir Bobby Charlton. Having survived the trauma of Munich aged just 20, he played as if every game was for his fallen colleagues, recovering from his injuries to reach the pinnacle for both club and country. In a 17-year playing career with United, he played 758 games and scored 249 goals – still a club record as of 30 March 2016. 

 

Born: 11 Oct 1937
Signed: 01 Jun 1953
Debut: 6 Oct 1956 v Charlton (H) League
Goals total: 249
Appearances total: 758
Position: Forward
Left United: 01 May 1973

 Paul Scholes

Paul Scholes

Paul Scholes

You must have a rare and special football talent to impress the great Sir Bobby Charlton. The United legend summed up Paul Scholes perfectly: “He’s always so in control and pinpoint accurate with his passing – a beautiful player to watch.”

 

Born: 16 Nov 1974
Signed: 08 Jul 1991
Debut: 21 Sep 1994 v Port Vale (A) League Cup
Goals total: 155
Appearances total: 718
Position: Midfielder
Left United: 19 May 2013

Gary Neville

Gary Neville

Gary Neville

Gary Neville called time on an illustrious playing career on 2 February 2011, almost 20 years after making his debut for United.

Born: 18 Feb 1975
Signed: 08 Jul 1991
Debut: 16 Sep 1992 v Torpedo Moscow (H) UEFA Cup
Goals total: 7
Appearances total: 602
Position: Full-back
Left United: 02 Feb 2011

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney is Manchester United’s all-time leading scorer and the only player to have scored 250 goals for the Reds, a milestone he reached when he broke Sir Bobby Charlton’s long-standing record in January 2017. 

Born: 24 Oct 1985
Signed: 31 Aug 2004
Debut: 28 Sept 2004 v Fenerbahce (H)
Goals total: 253
Appearances total: 559
Position: Striker
Left United: June 2017

George Best

George Best

George Best

“If I’d been born ugly, you’d never have heard of Pelé.” Many a true word is spoken in jest, and few would argue that George Best was the most naturally gifted footballer Britain has produced.

Born: 22 May 1946
Signed: 22 May 1963
Debut: 14 Sept 1963 v West Brom (H) League
Goals total: 179
Appearances total: 470
Position: Forward
Left United: 02 Jan 1974

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes

They say the only way is down after you leave United, but few players move to a club like Barcelona, and fewer yet return to Old Trafford for a second even more successful spell with the Reds. Mark Hughes made a habit of doing things his own way throughout a brilliant career.

 

Born: 01 Nov 1963
Signed: 01 Jun 1980
Debut: 30 Nov 1983 v Oxford Utd (A) League Cup
Goals total: 163
Appearances total: 467
Position: Forward
Left United: 31 May 1995

Joe Spence
Joe Spence

One of Manchester United’s few true stars between the wars, Joe Spence’s scintillating wing play made “Give it to Joe” the most regularly aired terrace chant during his 14 years at Old Trafford. Indeed, such was his stature in football, he was known locally as ‘Mr Soccer’.

 

Born: 15 Dec 1898
Signed: 01 Mar 1919
Debut: 30 Aug 1919 v Derby County (A) League
Goals total: 168
Appearances total: 510
Position: Forward
Left United: 01 Jun 1933
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