Ryan Giggs: a career in numbers

July 1, 2016 Tags: Opinion 4 comments
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Ryan Giggs ended a 29-year professional relationship with Manchester United – choosing not to take a coaching position in José Mourinho’s regime. Having been ignored for the top job, Giggs’ departure came as little surprise, with the Welshman now keen to strike it out alone in the search of managerial honours. Rant looks back on a wonderful career… 


Ryan Giggs in numbers


Sean Taylor - July 1, 2016 Reply

you’re missing ‘top shagger’ off the honours list.

Kabiru ibrahim - July 2, 2016 Reply

verily it is very sad to hear a bad story about the departure of one of the most greatest player nd the most decorated player for the United nd in the british history, though we know tht he got another job as a coach but we really want to see Ryan Giggs everyday with a united shirt, we wish u the best wherever you found urself

NazManUnited - July 2, 2016 Reply

He done alright our; Giggs! 😎

subterranean steve - July 2, 2016 Reply

To be playing first team football for twenty three years at any level is impressive enough, but to do it at United is absolutely phenomenal.

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