There are two types of sporting legend: There are the Game Changers: Those blessed with individual flare and skill with flashes of brilliance. And there's the Leaders: Fearless Captains, courageous warriors who lead by example, play through pain and inspire the team. Rarest of all are the heroes who are capable of both… Bryan Robson (aka Robbo, Captain Marvel) who began his career at West Bromwich Albion at the tender age of 15. In 1981 he moved to Manchester United for a fee of £1.5m which at the time was a British record. Taking the iconic #7 shirt he became their longest-serving captain in the club's history along with being voted their greatest ever player in a 2011 fans poll. 90 England caps followed with Bobby Robson stating he was the best British player he ever worked with. In 1994, he began his management career as player/manager for Middlesborough and rescued them from the Championship to get the club back to the Premier League that they had helped found. Winner of 3 FA Cups, 2 Premier League titles and 1 European Cup Winners Cup…. Bryan Robson – the true Captain Marvel.