Manchester United is the most successful British team in history. The Red Devils also happen to be the most popular club in the World according to several publications. Jose Mourinho is trying to get the club back to the top after a poor spell under David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal. This season he looks set to finish second after another season of mixed results. Today, we want to look at the Red Devils legends with most appearances for the club in history.
6. Wayne Rooney- 559 matches
Manchester United record goalscorer Wayne Rooney takes position six when it comes to appearance. He netted 254 goals for the club in only 559 matches in 13 years. He joined the club in 2004 from Everton and he headed back to Goodison Park in 2017. He will forever be remembered by the Red Devil fans for helping them lift many trophies.
5. Gary Neville- 602 matches
Premier League most sought-after football pundit today played 602 matches for Manchester United. He netted 36 times in a career that started and ended at Old Trafford. He came through the academy to make his debut in 1992. He signed off in 2011. He captained the side and won all trophies available in the club level. He played in both central defence and right back.
4. Bill Foulkes- 688 matches
We remember two of our 1968 European Cup-winning heroes today. George Best passed away 25/11/05, Bill Foulkes 25/11/13. pic.twitter.com/qkZ6D5acd5
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 25, 2016
Bill Foulkes was a rock at the centre of defence in the Busby Babes team of the 1950s. He played 688 matches for the Red Devils. He was on the team that lifted UEFA Champions League for the first time in 1967/68 season. He also lifted the League 4 times as well as 1 FA Cup.