rss twitter facebook mobile

Giggs: Proudest moment of my life

Ahead of his first ever press conference as Manchester United manager today, Ryan Giggs spoke to MUTV about this past week.

“It’s been a whirlwind week,” he said. “From Tuesday morning when Ed Woodward asked me to look after the team for the remaining four games, which I had no hesitation in saying yes to, from then on yes it’s been a crazy week. I’ve got to say it’s the proudest moment of my life. I’ve supported Manchester United all my life, it’s been the biggest part of my life since I was 14 when I signed schoolboy forms. I’m proud, happy, a little bit nervous but just like I am as a player I can’t wait for the game on Saturday.”




------------
The Republik of Mancunia has brought out a brilliant downloadable World Cup preview. It contains 20 articles written by football experts on the countries our players will be representing in Brazil. There is also exclusive content from this country's top football journalists, such as Sid Lowe, Martin Lipton, Sam Wallace and Dominic Fifield. All profit is going to charity. More info on the RoM World Cup preview can be found here.

Minimum price is £4. Enter your e-mail address to receive the download and the price you would like to pay.

 

4 Comments

  1. Eric Nesh says:

    Really good press conference from Giggs hope this is passed on to the players-the confidence

  2. Oyebode Ayomide says:

    The most scintillating part of the conference was when he said i told the players to enjoy themselves. What else is football if its not primarily to be enjoyed. A new rise.

  3. Fletch™ says:

    Too right from Giggs.

    At the presser he goes on to say his first act was to give himself a 5year contract :lol:

  4. Tommy says:

    He comes accross fantastic in both his interview on MUTV and in his press conference, its amazing that the class of 92 came through the ranks together and some members are apart of the coaching staff so many years late, a proper hollywood story that

LEAVE YOUR COMMENT BELOW

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Log in with your Facebook or Twitter account: