Sir Alex Ferguson's Most Used XI at Manchester United

An incredible look at Sir Alex Ferguson's most used XI by appearances at Manchester United
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Sir Alex Ferguson's Most Used XI at Manchester United

GK: Peter Schmeichel - 398 games

The Great Dane was a formidable presence between the sticks, known for his commanding presence and acrobatic saves, crucial in United's successes during the 1990s.

RB: Gary Neville - 602 games

A one-club man, Neville's dedication, consistency, and leadership made him a stalwart in United's defense for over a decade.

Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand
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CB: Rio Ferdinand - 432 games

Elegant on the ball and a rock in defense, Ferdinand's combination of skill and physicality made him one of the finest defenders in Premier League history.

CB: Gary Pallister - 416 games

Pallister's towering presence and solid defensive abilities were key during his time at United, forming a formidable partnership with Steve Bruce.

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LB: Denis Irwin - 516 games

Versatile and reliable, Irwin's proficiency in both defence and attack, along with his set-piece expertise, made him a vital part of Ferguson's side.

RM: David Beckham - 394 games 

Beckham's pinpoint crosses, free-kick mastery, and tireless work rate made him a global icon and a crucial player in United's midfield engine.

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CM: Paul Scholes - 716 games

Renowned for his vision, passing, and knack for scoring crucial goals, Scholes was the creative heartbeat of United's midfield for nearly two decades.

CM: Roy Keane - 478 games

Keane's fierce determination, leadership, and ability to dominate the midfield battles made him the driving force behind United's successes during his tenure.

LM: Ryan Giggs - 941 games

With remarkable longevity, Giggs' dribbling, pace, and adaptability kept him at the heart of United's wing for over two decades.

ST: Brian McClair - 441 games

McClair's versatility and consistent goal-scoring record helped him become a key figure in United's attacking lineup during his time at the club.

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ST: Wayne Rooney - 402 games

United's all-time top scorer, Rooney's blend of power, skill, and tenacity made him one of the most influential and dynamic forwards in the club's history.

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