Giggs: a career in numbers

February 14, 2012 Tags: Media 12 comments

Ryan Giggs will make his 900th appearance for Manchester United if he is selected to face Ajax in the Europa League on Thursday night. Spanning 22 seasons, Giggs’ United career has brought 33 major trophies, 162 goals and countless personal honours. Including his caps for Wales, Giggs could pass 1,000 career games before retirement.

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Ryan Giggs Infographic


Alfonso Bedoya - February 14, 2012 Reply

And counting…

captainhormone - February 14, 2012 Reply

let’s hope

Dinkinflicker - February 14, 2012 Reply

It really wouldn’t suprise me if he ended up reaching the 1000 mark.

danniitronix - February 14, 2012 Reply

cool graphic, ed

sidney - February 14, 2012 Reply

If only we’d have got rid of him 6 years ago, eh Cal

Brown man - February 15, 2012 Reply

If he does make the 1000, it won’t be for sentimental reasons. Utd are that weak now.

manutd50 - February 15, 2012 Reply

Also, the longest pseudo-incestuous relationship of any footballer I can think of – now thats also a unique achievement to!

sidney - February 15, 2012 Reply

Giggsy 12 Gerrard 0

Dan Wagstaffe - February 16, 2012 Reply

It’s been an honour to watch Giggs for the past 21 years – thank you God!

RedScot - February 17, 2012 Reply

Fantastic graphic.
Not to be the 900th in Amsterdam.
Next Thursday at Old Trafford I think there might be something special for Ryan Giggs in front of the ‘home’support to recognize this never to be repeated feat he will acomplish.900!.
As a few of the other lads say…….And counting.

Godfrey - February 18, 2012 Reply

Still tearing ’em apart….

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