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Simon Tracey Amazing shot shopper and first of a new breed of keeper good at kicking and sweeping at the back. Immaculate in the promotion season, earning England call up. Never quite reached those heights after an injury in Prem opener but still top class.

Simon Tracey Amazing shot shopper and first of a new breed of keeper good at kicking and sweeping at the back. Immaculate in the promotion season, earning England call up. Never quite reached those heights after an injury in Prem opener but still top class.

Alex Sabella – A Blast from the Past http://dofooty.com/ru37 #Sabella #SUFC #Blades

Alex Sabella – A Blast from the Past http://dofooty.com/ru37 #Sabella #SUFC #Blades

Peter Ndlovu As with all his clubs, unbelievably tricky and skilful, great to watch but frustrating at the same time. Had a spell under Warnock though where he finally fulfilled his promise, scored goals, made them and was unplayable. The tannoy always seemed to be playing that Ndluvo song as he scored again. It was a run all too brief but equally unforgettable.

Peter Ndlovu As with all his clubs, unbelievably tricky and skilful, great to watch but frustrating at the same time. Had a spell under Warnock though where he finally fulfilled his promise, scored goals, made them and was unplayable. The tannoy always seemed to be playing that Ndluvo song as he scored again. It was a run all too brief but equally unforgettable.

Phil Jagielka came through the Academy, learnt his trade in the Championship years under Neil Warnock as an energetic right back and central midfielder before blossoming into a top flight central defender. Firstly with the Blades then, after relegation, with Everton, paying £4m for his services, and England, including at the World Cup. Has pace, a good work ethic, leadership and generally injury-free. Recently voted 2nd best Blade of all time at the 125 year celebration

Phil Jagielka came through the Academy, learnt his trade in the Championship years under Neil Warnock as an energetic right back and central midfielder before blossoming into a top flight central defender. Firstly with the Blades then, after relegation, with Everton, paying £4m for his services, and England, including at the World Cup. Has pace, a good work ethic, leadership and generally injury-free. Recently voted 2nd best Blade of all time at the 125 year celebration

Paul McGrath Only played half a season for The Blades before his dodgy knees finally gave in and he retired but he was unbelievable. Ball came to him like a magnet. Swept up in a 5-3-2 formation under Spackman that played probably the best football seen at the Lane.

Paul McGrath Only played half a season for The Blades before his dodgy knees finally gave in and he retired but he was unbelievable. Ball came to him like a magnet. Swept up in a 5-3-2 formation under Spackman that played probably the best football seen at the Lane.

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