Sir Bobby Charlton GOAT represented Man Utd: Bryan Robson


Bryan Robson needs no introduction. The Manchester United legend and former England captain has represented the national team 90 times, scoring 26 goals. He is an iconic player for Manchester United, where he became the longest serving captain in the club’s history, winning two Premier League medals, three FA Cups, one Football League Cup, two FA Charity Shields and a European Cup Winners’ Cup. †

One of the biggest highlights of his playing career, which is still talked about, is his move to Manchester United from West Bromwich Albion in 1981 for a then-record British transfer fee of £1.5 million. The record was not broken for six years, when Liverpool paid £1.9 million for Newcastle striker Peter Beardsley in the summer of 1987.