George Baldock scored and assisted for Sheffield United as the Blades came from behind to beat Norwich City on Sunday.
This is a video we recently saw suggested in the comments, and one we quite liked the sound of. Initially, I thought there’d be loads of players who have had 10+ clubs, and that we might have to raise it to 12 or 13 to make things interesting - but as is so often the case, I was wrong.
We recently did something of a mini-series looking at the 7 greatest back fours, midfield trios and attacking trios of all time, and one suggestion that seemed to get a lot of love in the comments section was the idea of taking a look at the 7 greatest dribblers of all time.
This was an incredibly difficult seven to compile, so I decided to come up with a system to make myself feel a little more confident with my eventual selections and their ordering.
Historically, and still largely to this day, the number seven shirt has tended to be donned by a wide player, but in the last two or three decades, the number has also been adopted by a number of more central forward players.
Before we start, the primary criteria here is simply how good the player was in their teenage years, typically between their 16th and 20th birthdays, but factors such as the number of games they played and what they accomplished are naturally also taken into account. There will also be some very honourable mentions at the end.
There are some truly incredible players who have never played in a World Cup, including Britain’s most decorated footballer Ryan Giggs, Manchester United favourite Eric Cantona, Liverpool legend Ian Rush, and even a Ballon d’Or runner-up in the form of Bernd Schuster.
These aren’t the seven who left the earliest, or the best seven, the best paid seven - or anything else like that. These are simply seven we randomly chose for your enjoyment, feel free to share your examples in the comments.
7 random Manchester United legends: What would they be worth now?
With a crucial season up ahead for the Red Devils, we've compiled our list of Manchester United's greatest ever line-up.
Dani Ceballos is back in full training for Arsenal.
Chelsea are reportedly keen on Lyon striker Moussa Dembele.
Atakayi, who made his one and only Rangers appearance under Steven Gerrard 13 months ago, left Ibrox on Monday.
Leeds United have been linked with one of Marcelo Bielsa's former players recently.
Newcastle United have been tracking Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen for a long time now.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly 'willing' to spend big on a centre-back in the January transfer window.
Newcastle United are said to be interested in Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana.
Liverpool are heading into the new decade flying at the top of the Premier League.
Leeds and Erling Haaland might yet find their way to each other.
West Ham United have reportedly entered the race for Stanislav Lobotka.