Today's era of prima donna, poney-tailed, glove-wearing-if-it's-a-bit-chilly footballers are a far cry from the good old days when you'd warrant a slap for having the temerity for diving in the penalty area or wearing a vest in the middle of April. Football's gone soft - particularly at Manchester United - that is, if you choose to buy into our dearly-departed ex-manager David Moyes's recent claims that certain individuals were "playing like girls". To be fair, he probably has a point. Whether it's the sight of Ashley Young taking a tumble in a light breeze or a group of millionaires failing to score from 12 yards out four times against Sunderland in one of the worst shootouts ever, some of our players have hardly covered themselves in glory this season. Indeed, it's easy to miss the good old days of Roy Keane et al when United gave everything for the cause and fought until the very last breath week in and week out. In honour of those players, who (sometimes literally) left their blood, sweat and tears on the pitch at full time, we've decided to round up a list of the 10 Hardest Men That Ever Played For Man United. Click 'Next' to get started.
Joseph is an accredited football journalist and has interviewed nearly all of the current 20 Barclay's Premier League managers. He is also a correspondent for Bleacher Report and has written for Caught Offside and Give Me Football.