1 – Roy Keane (United). 480 appearances (51 goals) 1993-2005. 7 Premier Leagues, 4 FA Cups, 4 Charity Shields, 1 Champions League, 1 Club World Cup.

nited were champions when Keane joined them from Nottingham Forest in 1993, but his sheer presence over the next decade helped turn them into regular winners, though notably Keane hailed the double-winning side of 1993/1994 as the best of his United years. Suspension forced him to miss the 1998/1999 Champions League final win, but he was phenomenal that season (he played 55 games for United) while his display in the 1996 FA Cup win over Liverpool is possibly his finest day, Juventus aside. 

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