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And following the 11 starters for the ex-Manchester United Premier League team, here is a list of seven substitutes:
Ben Foster: Brought in as a possible successor to Edwin van der Sar, he made 23 error-strewn appearances for Manchester United. He subsequently moved on to Birmingham City, and is currently the first-choice goalkeeper for West Bromwich Albion.
Danny Simpson: The former youth-team player made only eight appearances for United, before establishing himself as Newcastle United's first-choice right-back.
Wes Brown: Despite being one of the most decorated Manchester United players, Wes Brown's career at the club will always be remembered for the injuries. Even though he won eight Premier League titles, two FA Cups, three League Cups and two UEFA Champions League medals in his 14 seasons at Old Trafford, he only made 362 appearances during that time. His best season was arguably the League- and European Cup-winning season of 2007-08, when he made a personal-best 52 appearances for the club. Sir Alex Ferguson was one of his most fervent admirers, once even calling him the most natural defender in England. Brown moved from United to Sunderland in 2011, where his injury problems have continued to plague him.
Marc Wilson: Current Stoke City player Marc Wilson began his youth career at Manchester United, but never played for the Red Devils' first team. He has established himself as a first-team player at the Potters, after a rather nomadic start to his career.
Louis Saha: Saha spent five injury-ravaged seasons at Old Trafford, during which time he scored 42 goals in 142 appearances. He then moved to Everton, where his injury problems followed him. He briefly played for Tottenham in 2012, before signing up for Sunderland at the start of the current season.
Michael Owen: It is fair to say that Michael Owen's best was behind him before he was signed for free by United in 2009. He spent three seasons at the club, scoring 17 goals from 52 appearances. However, he will always be remembered the winning goal in the Manchester derby. Owen was released as a free agent at the end of last season, and he recently signed for Stoke City on a rumored pay-as-you-play deal.
Fraizer Campbell: Another Manchester United youth-team product, Campbell made only four appearances for the Red Devils before spending the 2008-09 season on loan at Tottenham. He moved permanently to Sunderland in 2009, where injuries have curtailed his development.