In sporting terms, a Perfect 10 simply cannot be bettered. When stars get this coveted maximum score, it means they are simply in a class of their own. Now, some of Britain's leading football journalists have adapted the phrase to pick up on a fascinating publishing challenge. They were asked to select a top club and name their "Perfect 10" list of players, using the timescale of the trail-blazing 1960's right up to the modern world of mega million fees and global transfers. There were no positional restrictions. Each prestigious list could contain ten centre-forwards, or just as easily have six wingers and four goalkeepers. The clubs who were put under the microscope and each given a "Perfect 10" by the authors who studied the claims of an array of supremely talented candidates were: Manchester United; Chelsea; Newcastle United; Aston Villa and Glasgow Rangers. The end product is five individual paperback books of which "Manchester United's Perfect 10" is one - encompassing golden memories, famous games and legendary individual performances. "Manchester United's Perfect 10" features 224 pages of personal debate as respected author David Meek considers and dismisses the claims of some real superstars in his ultimate search for the greatest of them all. This book comes with a selection of classic images that will bring the feats of a host of United giants to life.