When he announced his retirement in February 2011, Gary Neville called time on an illustrious playing career with Manchester United that spanned almost 20 years.
After making his Premier League debut in the 1993/94 season, Neville became United's first choice right-back, a position he held for well over a decade. Reliable, passionate and an excellent defender, Neville made a total of 400 league appearances for the Red Devils, and was club captain for five years. Between 1995 and 2010 he amassed an incredible medal haul, including eight Premier League titles, a Champions League and three FA Cups.
For England he won 85 caps, making him the Three Lions' most capped right-back. His career featured some controversial moments that made him an unpopular figure with many away fans, but to United fans he is a loyal servant and a legend.