85 matches in the “three lions”

King was compared to the legendary Bobby Moore, but the fact that Ledley at the end of his career became the ambassador of the lily-white, suggests that the person can be considered a legend in the London club. Many fans associate Tottenham with such igokokami as Berbatov, Keen, Robinson, Modric, however, King of White Hart Lane deserved the honor of being on top of nostalgic memories.

2. Bulent Korkmaz (Turkey, Galatasaray, 1986–2005). An iconic person not only for Galatasaray fans, but for the whole of Turkish football in general. The former defender, now coaching Antalyaspor, held 102 fights in the national team shirt, taking part, together with the crescent stars, at the 2002 World Championships. Together with Galatasaray, Korkmaz raised the Super League Champions trophy 8 times, won the UEFA Cup and the UEFA Super Cup, and also won the National Cup as many as 6 times.

1. Gary Neville (England, Manchester United, 1992-2011). A native of Manchester who, at the age of 17, made his debut for the main (at that time) team of the city and county, made a deafening career both at the club level and internationally.

Sworn allegiance. 10 players for whom club colors are not an empty sound

85 matches in the “three lions” and 400 meetings for the “red devils” in the Premier League held Gary, but after such an impressive career to become a class coach he did not succeed – a complete failure at the helm of “bats” in the 2015/16 season and return to television as a commentator and expert.

When midfielder Frederico Rodriguez de Paula Santos was signed from Shakhtar Donetsk, there were many jokes about his name. The longtime symbol of the team since the time of Sir Alex is also Fred. He always takes players to Old Trafford and he has horns. But the second Fred, a Brazilian, for whom the “Sir Alex” paid a lump sum in the summer, rarely goes on the field. And now, when December is in the yard, no one is a joke.

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