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Starting XI of the Most Underappreciated Man Utd Players of the Premier League Era

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Here’s a hypothetical starting XI of United players in the Premier League era who deserve more attention and credit… Raimond van der Gouw spent his first three seasons at Old Trafford as a dependable but seldom seen understudy to Peter Schmeichel.

Manchester United have had so many incredible talents in the Premier League era that it makes it easy to forget or overlook a number of vital contributors over the years.

He was a five-time Premier League champion and a Champions League and FA Cup winner.

Not everyone is a superstar like Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Roy Keane, Eric Cantona, Paul Scholes, David Beckham or Ryan Giggs, but it does mean that anyone who isn’t at that level can ultimately be left underappreciated.

Van der Gouw played 14 times in the Premier League in 1999/00 in particular when Mark Bosnich and Massimo Taibi were United’s other options, with the team setting league records for both points and goals scored that season.

But his phenomenal strike rate alone is worth much more appreciation – his goals were the main reason United won the Premier League in 2002/03.

It’s mad to think it now, but these days looking back at the most heralded United forwards of the Premier League era, Ruud van Nistelrooy doesn’t get anything like the credit he deserves.
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