1. Pat Jennings
One of the most famous goalkeepers in English football, Pat Jennings started his career at Watford back in May 1963.
He moved to Tottenham one year later, where he won the FA Cup, the UEFA Cup, as well as two Football League Cups.
Jennings switched Tottenham for Arsenal in 1977 and spent another eight years at Highbury, helping the Gunners to reach four Cup finals in three years. However, Arsenal won only one of those finals – the FA Cup in 1979.
On 26 February 1983, he became the first player in English football to make 1,000 senior appearances, celebrating this milestone with a clean sheet in a goalless league draw for Arsenal at West Bromwich Albion.