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18/04/2014 08:30, Report by J Tuck, A O'Connor

Video: Reds and Blues

Manchester United and Everton have been long-standing Premier League rivals but there have been many connections between the famous old clubs over the years.

Several players have made the 28-mile (as the crow flies) move from Old Trafford to Goodison Park, or vice versa, including six in the last decade. By contrast, no player has transferred directly between United and Everton’s neighbours Liverpool since Phil Chisnall in 1964.

Wayne Rooney is probably the most famous name to have played for both United and Everton, having left David Moyes’ team to join the Reds in 2004.

Phil Neville, who returned to United as first-team coach last summer, made well over 200 appearances for both clubs as a player and, more recently, Marouane Fellaini swapped Merseyside for Manchester.

Watch our video above to remind yourself of some of the other players who’ve represented both teams in the Premier League era.

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