January 7 News Manchester United officially counted the top ten appearances in team history
Players, Giggs ranked first, De Gea ranked tenth.
The rankings are as follows:
10. De Gea (2011-present)
Clean sheets: 177
De Gea joined Manchester United in 2011 when Ferguson was in charge. He was introduced as Edwin van der Sar’s successor.
In more than ten years at Old Trafford, De Gea has proved himself with his performance.
So far, De Gea has helped Manchester United win the Premier League in 2013, the FA Cup in 2016 and the Europa League in 2017, and won the Manchester United Player of the Year award four times.
9. Dennis Irwin (1990-2002)
Irwin won the Premier League seven times in his career and won the treble with Manchester United in 1999.
The Irish full-back can play in multiple positions on the pitch and has played a key role in Ferguson’s side.
8. Tony Dunne (1960-1973)
Number of goals: 2
Dunne played for United for 13 years and was the club’s will when they beat Benfica to the European title in 1968.
Dunn was famous in the 60’s and early 70’s.
7. Alex Stepney (1966-1978)
Clean sheets: 175
Number of goals: 2
Stepney is the goalkeeper with the most appearances in the history of Manchester United. He was also a member of the team when he won the European championship trophy for the first time. In that final, Manchester United defeated Benfica 4-1.
Biot’s shot save is still talked about by people.
6. Wayne Rooney (2004-2017)
As the top scorer in Manchester United’s history, Rooney’s excellence is needless to say.
After emerging at Everton, Rooney joined Manchester United in 2004 and played for more than ten years at Old Trafford.
His appearance on the court is undoubtedly the nightmare of every opponent.
5. Gary Neville (1992-2011)
Number of goals: 7
A member of Manchester United’s Class of 92, Gary Neville achieved a great deal during his nineteen-year Manchester United career.
Gary Neville is one of only five players in Manchester United history to make over 600 appearances.
During his time at Manchester United, he won eight Premier League titles, two Champions League titles and three FA Cups.
4. Bill Fox (1952-1970)
Fox is the highest-ranked defender on this list, having spent his entire career at Manchester United.
A survivor of the Munich air disaster in 1958, he helped Manchester United win European titles.
3. Paul Scholes (1994-2011, 2012-2013)
Scholes has gradually grown into the core of Manchester United’s playmaker during his career. Countless legendary players have called Scholes the best player they have ever encountered.
2. Bobby Charlton (1956-1973)
The winner of the 1966 Ballon d’Or was a true gentleman and he was also a survivor of the Munich Air Disaster.
He has accomplished a lot in his career, both on and off the field.
During his career, he won three First Division titles, one FA Cup and one European Championship.
1. Giggs (1991-2014)
Giggs played for Manchester United for 23 years, which is an incredible number. He played nearly 1000 times for Manchester United.
He was part of United’s 13 Premier League titles and also helped them win the Champions League twice.