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Top 15 Worst Manchester United Players Of All Time

Manchester United are one of the true superpowers in world football. Only a handful of teams on the planet can match, or even come close, to matching their history. Their list of trophies, achievements, results and legends are all illustrious. Some of the greatest players of all time, including the likes of Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best and Cristiano Ronaldo have all donned the famous red shirt of Manchester United.

The Red Devils have spent the vast majority of their existence in the top flight of English football, now known as the Premier League, having spent only one season outside the top flight since the end of WWII. The red side of Manchester have won 20 league titles, 11 FA Cups and three European titles, among other achievements, which have made them the third most profitable football club in the world and the most valuable football brand, worth and estimated $1.2 billion.

Given the club's prestigious history and consistent challenges at the head of English football, generally only top players have found themselves plying their trade at the theater of dreams, AKA Old Trafford. However, there have been some who've slipped through the net, and we take a look at some of the worst in this list. Here are the top 15 worst Manchester United players of all-time:

15 Kleberson

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14 Bebe

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13 Jonathon Spector

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12 David Bellion

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11 William Prunier

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10 Darren Ferguson

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9 Massimo Taibi

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8 Eric Djemba-Djemba

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7 Liam Miller

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6 Michael Clegg

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5 Pat McGibbon

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4 Arnie Sidebottom

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3 Ralph Milne

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2 Dong Fangzhuo

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1 Mark Lynch

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Mark Lynch had an unfortunate career. He joined Manchester United aged 17, and never looked up to much. He made his club debut in a Champions League tie against Deportivo La Coruna, in which he scored an own goal. Sir Alex never gave the defender a second chance and he moved on to Sunderland, where he looked equally useless. Lynch appeared to have found his level in the second tier when he joined Hull City in 2005. He suffered a horrible injury on his Hull City debut, and when he made his return to the first team, he was sent off. Moves to Yeovil, Rotherham, Stockport and Altrincham followed, with Lynch retiring in 2012 with barely 100 career appearances to his name.

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