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Imagine you're the youngest player to ever participate in the World Cup, the youngest since Duncan Edwards to play in the top-flight in England, and you look like a movie star. If you think Norman Whiteside was a skillful maestro in midfield, or a tricky winger, think again.
Having started under Ron Atkinson, Whiteside made his debut for the club when he was just 16, and moved from being a center forward to a central midfielder, destroying opposition play and going into every challenge expecting to win it.
'The scourge of the scousers, 'The Shankill Skinhead' were some of his names during his playing time in Manchester United, and he was also a fan favorite.
"He wasn't lightning fast, he was rather lightning slow but he knew where everyone was on the field when he received the ball" said Ron Atkinson.
He stood 6'2", was the best tackler during his prime, and was remembered as one of the many players whose career was cut short due to injury and drink.
Nonetheless, Norman Whiteside was an amazing player, whose physical, aggressive play was as good as his eye for goal, bagging 47 of them in 206 appearances for a midfielder.