5. Phil Neville
The older one of the Neville brothers – Philip was part of Manchester United’s famous Class of ’92 as a youngster. He spent his entire career playing for only two clubs – United and Everton.
Happy 41st birthday to former Everton player Phil Neville! pic.twitter.com/JGrErH4Bl1
— Everton Blue Army (@EvertonBlueArmy) January 21, 2018
Phil Neville was not quite a talented footballer but was one of the hardest working players of his generation. He could play at various positions on the pitch: as a right-back, left-back, defensive midfielder, or even a central defender.
He won 6 Premier League titles in his 11 seasons at Old Trafford, as well as three FA Cup trophies and the Champions League.
Neville moved to Everton in 2005 for a fee in excess of £3 million. He spent eight seasons at Goodison Park, captaining the club in the 2009 FA Cup Final defeat against Chelsea.
The former midfielder is currently the head coach of the England women’s national team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City along with his former Class of ’92 teammates.