Best British Soccer Players of All Time
The Top Ten
He's the original number 1.
I voted him and my vote want to Dalglish (they were equal with 12%).
If the idiocy has a nickname, I definitely know it.
Best is not the best of this list, but lower than Dalglish is not acceptable.
The greatest of them All!
For me, as a Liverpool fan, he is definitely number 1, but from a neutral perspective, he should be at least top 3. - Aman2201
Ian James Rush, MBE is a Welsh former professional footballer who played as a forward. At club level Rush played for Liverpool from 1980-1987 and 1988-1996. He is the club's all-time leading goalscorer, having scored a total of 346 goals in all competitions at the club, including a record 25 goals versus Merseyside derby rival Everton. At international level, Rush made 73 appearances for the Wales national football team and remained the record goalscorer for his country until 2018, with 28 goals between 1980 and 1996.
He's the second highest FA Cup scorer of all time, and highest in 20th century FA Cup with 44 goals. Only Henry "Harry" Cursham of Notts County scored more 49 goals between 1877 and 1888.
He's also joint record League Cup goalscorer with 49 goals (48 for Liverpool), shared with Geoff Hurt.
His total official goals are 411 including him in the best 100 in football history.
Maybe the best of all times.
2 Ballon d'Or.
William Ralph "Dixie" Dean was an English centre forward, a great star of Everton of the midwar years.
He is the most prolific scorer in English football history with 379 league goals in 437 games. He's also second all time league scorer of England after A. Rowley (433 goals).
His record of 60 goals in a single championship 1927-1928 was European (broke in 1946 by Ferenc Deák) and still stands as the best ever in British football.
He was caped with his National team 16 times scored 18 goals.
The first footballer in the world to earn 100 international caps.Wright also holds the record for longest unbroken run in competitive international football.
According to IFFHS century elections, second best goalkeeper of 20th century.
Duncan Edwards was an English left half who played for Manchester United and the England national team. He was one of the Busby Babes, the young United team formed under manager Matt Busby in the mid-1950s, playing 177 matches for the club. One of eight players who died as a result of the Munich air desaster (1958).
Bobby Charlton described him as "the only player that made me feel inferior" and said his death was "the biggest single tragedy ever to happen to Manchester United and English football".
One of the greatest scorers in British and International football history, a Scottish legend of the midwar years.
In a two decades period (1975-1995), Glenn Hoddle played as a midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur, AS Monaco, Chelsea and Swindon Town and at international level for England. In 2007, he was inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame, which cited him as one of the most gifted English footballers of his generation, exhibiting "sublime balance and close control, unrivalled passing and vision and extraordinary shooting ability, both from open play and set pieces".
He won the FA Cup with Tottenham (1981,1982) and the UEFA Cup (1984). He won the French Division 1 with Monaco (1988).
He was elected in the PFA First Division team of the year five times.
Hoddle was caped 53 times with England national team taking part in two FIFA World Cups (1982,1986).