there have been a few and they all play at man utd.....paul scholes and ole gunnar soljare(idk how to spell his name) and there are like 14 others
Allessandro Nesta (UEFA cup/CWC LAzio, Champions League Milan)
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup was created in 1960.
It must be the Frenchman Thierry Henry at Arsenal.
No he didn't. He won a UEFA cup winners medal in 1973, though.
He won a UEFA Cup medal with Ipswich Town in 1981. He also won a European Cup Winners Cup with Ajax in 1987.
No, at best it was ranked second behind the European Cup (Champions League) but ahead of the UEFA Cup.
They have won the European cup/ champions league 4 times, the European cup winners cup (now called UEFA cup) 4 times, and the UEFA Super Cup 4 times, for a total of 12 European trophies.
Four times. They were runners up in the European Cup Winners Cup in 1961 and 1967 and won it in 1972. They were runners up in the UEFA Cup in 2008.
That would be Nwankwo Christian Nwosu Kanu, more popularly known as "Kanu".
Paulo Ferreira, who won the Uefa Cup and Champions League with FC Porto and the other trophies with Chelsea.
The Cup Winners Cup was discontinued after 1999 and teams that would have been eligible now either go into the UEFA Cup or possibly the Champions League.
Answer - Scottish Clubs in EuropeYes, Celtic were the first 'British' club to win the European Cup in 1967, they were also beaten finalists in 1970, and were beaten finalists in the UEFA Cup Final of 2003. Rangers won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1972 and were beaten finalists in 1961 and 1967, and also in the 2008 UEFA cup final. Aberdeen won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1983 then went on to win the European Super Cup. Dundee United were beaten finalists in the UEFA Cup in 1987.