Quinton Fortune admits it is impossible to name his greatest Manchester United teammate – but playing alongside such a star-studded group made one thing easier.
Quinton Fortune said: “I used to say Paul Scholes or Roy Keane, but when I look back now, it’s impossible to say one person. Ryan Giggs was unbelievable as a player and professional, he’s probably the most decorated United player ever. Then you had David Beckham. When I talk to young players now, I speak to them about the work ethic you have to put in. We used to do a bleep test at the beginning of pre-season. Beckham and Dwight Yorke were the only people to finish it – and you had to be super fit to finish the bleep test! Then there was Ruud van Nistelrooy, Yorke, Andy Cole, Solskjaer – then Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney came in and took it to another level.”
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