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The No.7 has always been one of the cooler shirt numbers - it depends on what generation you're from really, though.
There was George Best in the 1960s wearing the No.7 shirt for Manchester United. Kevin Keegan lit up the 1970s with the number, too. That was back when King Kev was the best thing since sliced bread - ask your dad.
More recently, David Beckham obviously made the number his own. Raul was an iconic No.7 for Real Madrid, until, of course, Cristiano Ronaldo came along to make the digit his own.
We were wondering though - can you name everyone in the Premier League to wear this iconic shirt number?
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