Roy Keane has been named Manchester United’s greatest player of the Premier League era.
It is worth noting that Kane, who led United during the most successful period in the club’s history, winning seven titles in the Premier League and the Champions League, excluded his former teammates Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand.
In his 4-4-2 formation, Kane picked Peter Schmeichel ahead of Edwin van der Sar and David de Gea. Gary Neville and Dennis Irwin have been selected as players while Gap Stam and Gary Pallister are the center backs.
Kane explained his decision to pick Palesters over the likes of Ferdinand, Steve Bruce and Nemanja Vidic: “The other issue was an issue but I went with Gary Pallister. Bruce was a great player but you have to leave one of them out.
In the midfield, Ken Paul picked Ince and Robson in the midfield while David Beckham and Ryan Giggs were on the wings.
Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo lead the attack.
This is the greatest Manchester United player Kane has played.