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David Beckham (1992-2003): 394 appearances | 85 goals
Arguably the most famous footballer on the planet, Becks lived the dream at Old Trafford signing on as a schoolboy and famously working his way up to the first team and helping the Reds scoop the Treble and a host of other honours.
Johnny Berry (1951-1958): 276 appearance | 45 goals
A fans’ favourite who was equally gifted with both feet, Johnny, a survivor of the Munich air crash, was one of the bravest players the English game has known. He helped the Reds lift three league titles during his seven-year OT career, while his experience and willingness played a big part in the development of the first wave of the Busby Babes.
George Best (1963-1974): 470 appearances | 179 goals
Dubbed "the greatest player in the world" by Pele, Best had it all - speed, balance, vision and superb close control, as well as the ability to create chances and score from seemingly impossible situations. He was a scorer in the 1968 European Cup final as the Reds made history at Wembley.
Steve Coppell (1975-1983): 396 appearances | 70 goals
The Liverpool-born winger wasn’t just a quick and skilful player, he was also a highly intelligent performer who formed a thrilling partnership with Gordon Hill during his first two full seasons with the Reds. Sadly, a knee injury, sustained on international duty for England, brought an exciting career to an early end.