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Irishman Jimmy Dunne made 190 appearances for The Blades between the wars scoring 167 goals

Irishman Jimmy Dunne made 190 appearances for The Blades between the wars scoring 167 goals

Leeds United striker Allan Clarke playing for England against Malta at Wembley in 1971

May Leeds United striker Allan Clarke playing for England against Malta at Wembley.

Scottish International Jock Dodds scored 113 goals in 178 appearances for Sheffield United

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Stan Pearson, one of @manutd's prolific goalscorers ever, was also captain of the Reds during the final season of his career, 1953/54. Signed in 1935, Salford-born Pearson would go on to score a phenomenal 149 goals in 343 games. This stat is made all the more impressive given that Pearson was away from Old Trafford for five years during the Second World War. The striker left for Bury in 1954 with a League and FA Cup winners medal to his name.

Stan Pearson, one of @manutd's prolific goalscorers ever, was also captain of the Reds during the final season of his career, 1953/54. Signed in 1935, Salford-born Pearson would go on to score a phenomenal 149 goals in 343 games. This stat is made all the more impressive given that Pearson was away from Old Trafford for five years during the Second World War. The striker left for Bury in 1954 with a League and FA Cup winners medal to his name.

David Hirst became a firm favourite and eventually an idol who was hero worshipped by the Barmy Army, scoring 149 goals in 358 appearances during his eleven years at the club. He was capped three times for England, and scored once. He played for Wednesday with his heart on his sleeve, as if giving 100% on the pitch was not enough for him. He even managed to score and keep a clean sheet in the same match, after he replaced an injured Kevin Pressman in goal!

David Hirst became a firm favourite and eventually an idol who was hero worshipped by the Barmy Army, scoring 149 goals in 358 appearances during his eleven years at the club. He was capped three times for England, and scored once. He played for Wednesday with his heart on his sleeve, as if giving 100% on the pitch was not enough for him. He even managed to score and keep a clean sheet in the same match, after he replaced an injured Kevin Pressman in goal!

Brian Clough. Definí gli Juventini "Cheating Bastards"... HAHAHAHAHA

Brian Howard Clough, OBE 21 March 1935 -- 20 September 2004 was an English footballer and football manager.As a player Clough was a prolific goalscorer with Middlesbrough and Sunderland, scoring 251 league goals from 274 starts.

Liam Brady   Trevor Francis  Sampdoria

Trevor Francis and Liam Brady - Sampdoria

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