Who is the greatest PL player of all time?

Who is the greatest PL player of all time?

Top 10 greatest players in the history of the Premier League

  1. Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers & Newcastle United)
  2. Thierry Henry (Arsenal)
  3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)
  4. Sergio Aguero (Man City)
  5. Didier Drogba (Chelsea)
  6. Peter Schmeichel (Manchester United, Aston Villa & Man City)

Who is the best UK footballer of all time?

Gareth Bale hailed as ‘greatest British footballer of all-time’ – but is Welshman better than Kenny Dalglish, George Best and Paul Gascoigne? talkSPORT pundits debate where Real Madrid star stands among legends.

Why was Gary Neville good?

Neville has regularly been praised for his well-researched and neutral analysis, and he is now regarded as one of the best football pundits on British television, with Gary Lineker admitting he would like to work with Neville on Match of the Day, and Des Lynam also praising his switch from player to pundit.

How many players have played in the Premier League all time?

3,835 players
Over 25 years, a total of 3,835 players have played at least one Premier League game while 113 different nations – including the Seychelles, Pakistan and Guinea-Bissau – have been represented. At the beginning there was a strong Scandinavian influence.

Who is the most decorated British footballer?

Ryan Giggs OBE
Ryan Giggs OBE is the one-club winger who became English football’s most-decorated player, over the course of a 23 year career with Manchester United.

What businesses does Gary Neville own?

Gary co-owns a hospitality company, GG Hospitality, which has a portfolio of hotels and restaurants including Hotel Football and The Stock Exchange Hotel. Gary is currently working on St Michael’s, a £200m development project in Manchester city centre.

Who owns Salford FC?

Salford City Football Club is wholly owned by Project 92 Limited of whom the significant shareholders are David Beckham, Nicholas Butt, Ryan Giggs, Peter Lim, Gary Neville, Philip Neville & Paul Scholes.