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Video: Manchester United pay tribute to retiring legend’s unlikely heroics against Arsenal, Liverpool & Real Madrid

Former Manchester United defender John O’Shea has announced his retirement from football, and his old club have paid tribute through a series of videos of his best moments with the Red Devils.

Despite never exactly being a world class player, the Irishman played nearly 400 games for Man Utd, winning five Premier League titles, the Champions League and other major honours.

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As well as that, O’Shea had some moments where he showed he could really play, with MUFC sharing these clips of a superb chipped goal away to Arsenal, and a late winner away to Liverpool.

As a youngster, O’Shea also produced a stunning piece of skill to nutmeg Real Madrid legend Luis Figo in a Champions League clash.

Happy retirement, John!

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