In Ryan Giggs’ acceptance speech at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards, he called Manchester United “the greatest club” and Sir Alex Ferguson “the greatest manager that has ever lived.” Today, Giggs has claimed that he will retire before the manager does.
Ryan Giggs has been named BBC Sports Personality of the Year, edging out Formula 1 champion Jenson Button and World heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis secured third spot. 2009 marked a year which saw Giggs win his eleventh league title, two more than any other player in English history, as well as playing in his third [...]
With Sir Matt Busby still in hospital, recovering from the tragedy in Munich, Jimmy Murphy, the man Busby made his assistant manager when being appointed himself, took the reins. It had been his job to scout and train the team which was known as the Busby Babes, known for his dedication to the job, but [...]
Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs have both surprisingly spoken out about the controversial issue of football players earning every penny of their astronomically large salaries. When the starting salary for a nurse is £20k a year, a teacher is £21k a year and a police officer is £22k a year, it’s hard to argue that [...]
Ryan Giggs has had a brilliant impact on our start to the season, proving critics wrong who doubted the reasoning behind making him being named PFA Player of the Season last year. Against Arsenal, it was Giggs who provided the ball in to Wayne Rooney which saw us win the penalty, as well as the [...]