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Top 10 strikers in the history of Manchester United
10th place. Paul Scholes (718 matches - the third place in the history of the club, 155 goals): Ingenious midfielder, “Golden Prince” is one of the few Manchester United players who is still remembered by the Red Devils fans. Scholes spent his entire career at the MU (1993-2011 and 2012-2013). Over the years, the football player has collected an impressive collection of trophies: Champion of England - 11 Winner of the FA Cup - 3 Winner of the League Cup of England - 2 Winner of the Supercup of England - 5 Champions League winner - 2 Intercontinental Cup Winner Club World Cup Winner 9th place. Mark Hughes has played for United for a total of 13 years. From 1980 to 1986 and from 1988 to 1995. Over the years, Hughes played in 467 matches in which he scored 163 goals. In the mancunian striker won: Champion of England - 2 FA Cup - 3 FA Cup UEFA Cup Winners' Cup England Super Cup - 2 UEFA Super Cup. 8th place. The most titled player in the history of English football, Ryan Giggs (963 matches, 168 goals). Welshman played for the MU for 24 years (1990-2014). Left midfielder, without exaggeration, is a legendary person not only for the red part of Manchester, but for the whole of Britain, if not for the whole world football. In the composition of the MU: Champion of England - 13 Winner of the FA Cup - 4 Winner of the League Cup of England - 3 Winner of the Supercup of England - 9 Champions League winner - 2 UEFA Super Cup Winner Intercontinental Cup Winner Club World Cup Winner. 7th place. Joe Spence (481 games, 158 goals). He played for MU from 1919 to 1933. Is one of the players in the top ten who did not manage to win nothing with United !!! 6th place. George Best (470 games, 179 goals). George Best is one of the greatest players of all time. Best had an explosive speed, he saw the field well, was a born striker. For 11 years of playing at Old Trafford (1963-1974), the attacking midfielder of the Northern Ireland national team won in revenge with the club: England Youth Cup England Champion - 2 European Cup England Super Cup - 2 Winner of the 1968 Golden Ball. 5th place Denis Viollet (293 matches, 179 goals). Considered one of the most underrated English attackers of all time. In the season 1959/60 in the championship of England scored 32 goals. More than him for one season in the championship of the “Red Devils” not who scored. He played for United from 1949 to 1962 (13 years). Champion of England - 2 Winner of the Supercup of England - 2 4th place. Jack Rowley (424 games, 211 goals). He played for United from 1937 to 1955. He had a great kick with his left foot. In the 1938/39 season, United took second place in England's second division and for the first time since 1931 returned to the high society of English football. One of the components of the success of the game was just the same Jack Rowley. When Rowley club won: England Champion FA Cup Super Bowl of England 3rd place. Denis Low (404 matches, 237 goals): Low was part of the famous trio of mancunian (Best Low-Charlton). Under the direction of the legendary Matt Busby at Old Trafford, Lowe played from 1962 to 1973. He was one of not many who successfully played for both Manchester United and Manchester City. Lowe is the owner of the 1964 Golden Ball. Together with the club won: Champion of England - 2 European Cup FA Cup England Super Cup - 2 2nd place. Sir Bobby Charlton (758 games, 249 goals). He played for the team from 1954 to 1973. Sir Bobby Charlton is one of the few MU players who won all possible trophies in his career. The winner of the Golden Ball in 1966, along with the England team in the same year becomes the world champion. In the club Charlton became: Champion of England - 3 England Cup Winner European Cup Winner Winner of the Supercup of England - 4 1 place. Wayne Rooney (546 matches, 250 goals). Rooney played for United from 2004 to 2017. Wayne was The classic example of a British striker. Strong, with accurate strikes from both feet, Rooney surpassed the legendary Charlton in Manchester United's top scorers by just one goal. Charlton's record held 44 years. How long the new “lath” performed by Rooney is not known ... With United Rooney won: England Champion - 5 times FA Cup England League Cup - 3 times Champions League Europa League England Super Cup - 4 times Club World Championship. This is the current list of the top 10 Manchester United strikers in the club’s history.
Origin Of Football
The contemporary history of the world's most loved diversion traverses over 100 years. Everything started in 1863 in England, when rugby football and affiliation football expand on their diverse courses and the Football Association in England was framed - turning into the game's first representing body. The two codes originated from a typical root and both have a long and unpredictably expanded genealogical tree. A hunt during the time uncovers at any rate about six unique recreations, fluctuating to various degrees, and to which the verifiable advancement of football has been followed back. Regardless of whether this can be defended in a few examples is debatable. In any case, the reality remains that individuals have appreciated kicking a ball about for a huge number of years and there is definitely no motivation to think of it as an abnormality of the more 'normal' type of playing a ball with the hands. Despite what might be expected, aside from the need to utilize the legs and feet in extreme tussles for the ball, frequently with no laws for insurance, it was perceived comfortable beginning that the specialty of controlling the ball with the feet was difficult and, all things considered, required no little proportion of expertise. The most punctual type of the diversion for which there is logical confirmation was an activity from a military manual going back to the second and third hundreds of years BC in China. This Han Dynasty ancestor of football was called Tsu' Chu and it comprised of kicking a cowhide ball loaded up with plumes and hair through an opening, estimating just 30-40cm in width, into a little net settled onto long bamboo sticks. As indicated by one variety of this activity, the player was not allowed to go for his objective unobstructed, but rather needed to utilize his feet, chest, back and bears while endeavoring to withstand the assaults of his adversaries. Utilization of the hands was not allowed. Another type of the diversion, likewise beginning from the Far East, was the Japanese Kemari, which started some 500 after 600 years is as yet played today. This is a game without the aggressive component of Tsu' Chu with no battle for ownership included. Remaining around, the players needed to pass the ball to each other, in a generally little space, doing whatever it takes not to give it a chance to contact the ground. The Greek 'Episkyros' - of which few solid subtle elements survive - was significantly livelier, just like the Roman 'Harpastum'. The last was played out with a littler ball by two groups on a rectangular field set apart by limit lines and an inside line. The goal was to get this show on the road the ball over the resistance's limit lines and as players passed it between themselves, cunning was the request of the day. The amusement stayed famous for 700-800 years, in any case, in spite of the fact that the Romans took it to Britain with them, the utilization of feet was so little as to barely be important.