England international Wes Brown came through the Manchester United Academy before going on to win a lot of trophies with the first team squad under the managerial guidance of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Wes Brown joined the Manchester United Academy at the age of 12 in 1992 and he was in the various youth teams for four years before being elevated to a professional footballer in 1996. The retired England national team defender made his debut for Manchester United as a substitute during the Premier League outing with Leeds United.
During his time at Manchester United, Wes Brown won 13 major honours including two Champions League titles. He also won five Premier League titles, two Community Shields, two League Cup titles and two FA Cup titles.
Brown was part of the Manchester United squad that won the 1998/99 Champions League title and the 2007/08 Champions League title. The defender was left on the bench for 90 minutes as Manchester United won their maiden Champions League title and a second European title in dramatic fashion.
Bayern Munich were the opponents for Manchester United as far as the 1999 Champions League final at the Nou Camp is concerned. The Bavarian giants took the lead inside six minutes through Mario Basler and they held on to that lead until the added time in the second half. Manchester United dramatically scored twice in added time to win the game 2-1 courtesy substitutes Teddy Sherringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The win over Bayern sealed an unprecedented treble for the Red Devils.
Wes Brown was also a part of the Manchester United squad for the 2008 Champions League final. Unlike the 1999 Champions League final, Wes Brown featured for the entire game on the right side of defence as Manchester United beat rivals Chelsea on penalties to win their third European title.