George Best: the legend of Manchester United

George Best was born on May 22, 1946 in Belfast and died on November 25, 2005 in London. He was a Northern Irish player and one of the most talented in the world. He played as an offensive and aggressive midfielder.

, George Best: the legend of Manchester United

In Manchester United, he played from 1963 to 1974.

He became widely known for his career at Manchester United where he unfolded his star, having 361 appearances and scoring 137 goals.

The serious problems of alcoholism he faced throughout his adult life eventually led to his death.

He was such a talented footballer that he came up with the phrase: “There are three ways to score a goal: the easy, the difficult and the Best’s way”.

  • , George Best: the legend of Manchester United
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  • , George Best: the legend of Manchester United
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