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Peter Schmeichel (Denmark)
Ronny Johnsen (Norway)
Nemanja Vidic (Serbia)
Jaap Stam (Holland)
Patrice Evra (France)
Andrei Kanchelskis (Ukraine)
Juan Sebastian Veron (Argentina)
Arnold Muhren (Holland)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
Ruud van Nistelrooy (Holland)
Eric Cantona (France)
Edwin van der Sar (Holland), Henning Berg (Norway), Anderson (Brazil), Jesper Olsen (Denmark), Dwight Yorke (Trinidad and Tobago), Dimitar Berbatov (Bulgaria), Ole Solskjaer (Norway).
Read more in this month's Inside United.
To mark 30 years since United's first foreign signing - Nikola Jovanovic - ManUtd.com and Inside United journalists picked an all-time eleven of players from outside the UK and Ireland. We then compiled the ultimate team from all the votes cast...
In goal: Great Dane Peter Schmeichel got every vote as first-choice stopper, with Edwin van der Sar a unanimous choice as back-up. Spare a thought for Fabien Barthez – two titles in three seasons, yet no place for him here.
At the back: Jaap Stam and Patrice Evra both made every team. Vidic took nearly every vote so he partners Stam, while at right-back Ronny Johnsen held off a challenge from Henning Berg; experienced Mikael Silvestre is unlucky not to feature.
In midfield: Cristiano Ronaldo took every vote and Andrei Kanchelskis all but a couple. Juan Sebastian Veron was a near-unanimous choice for centre midfield, with Arnold Muhren next most popular. Anderson and Jesper Olsen each earn a place on the bench.