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‘Loyalty is a thing of the past’: Footballers who’ve crossed the great derby divide

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One of football’s greatest unwritten rules is never to sign for a direct rival of a club.
In 1964 Phil Chisnall made history when he crossed over from Liverpool to bitter rivals Manchester United. Since then the likes of Paul Ince, Peter Beardley and Michael Owen have all followed suit.
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