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    Liam Miller (2004 to 2006)The late Republic of Ireland international wore the shirt during his two seasons at the club, after leaving Scottish club Celtic in the summer of 2004. He netted twice in 22 appearances and spent three quarters of the 2005/06 campaign on loan at Leeds United in the Championship, before linking up with Sunderland – who were managed by former United captain Roy Keane – in the same division at the end of the season. Miller sadly passed away in February, just four days shy of his 37th birthday.Liam Miller in action for United. Miller made a good start to his United career but found first-team chances hard to come by.Michael Stewart (2002/03)Despite spending seven years in the first team after coming through the ranks, the ex-Scotland international pulled on theno.17 jersey just 14 times in the 2002/03 season. He spent time out on loan at Nottingham Forest and Heart of Midlothian, before the Edinburgh-born midfielder left United to join his boyhood club Hibernian in the summer of 2005.

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    Raymond van der Gouw (1996 to 2002)It’s rare that a goalkeeper has worn the no.17 shirt in United’s history but the Dutch stopper did just that throughout his spell at the club, as both a player and a goalkeeping coach. He won six trophies with the Reds, whom he joined from Vitesse Arnhem in his homeland, and kept 25 clean sheets in 60 appearances, before departing to join West Ham United in June 2002.Raymond van der Gouw. Van der Gouw brought a wealth of experience to United’s goalkeeping ranks.Andy Cole (1995 to 1996)The prolific striker briefly donned no.17 after setting a new record for the most expensive British transfer upon his arrival from Newcastle United in January 1995, before being handed the famous no.9 shirt at the start of the 1996/97 campaign. The former England international enjoyed a successful six-year stay at Old Trafford, winning nine trophies and netting 121 times in 275 outings for the Reds, before moving to Blackburn Rovers midway through the 2001/02 season.

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