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STATS: Ryan’s 900th Game

Ryan Giggs makes his 900th appearance for Manchester United against Norwich today which is his 427th game away from home. It is also his 500th Premier League start. Giggs has started 85% of those 900 games. He has scored or assisted 306 of all Manchester United’s 1348 Premier League goals, which is 22.7%. He scored United’s 6000th league goal against Southampton in 1993 and our 7000th against Birmingham in 2006.

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  1. Green Red says:

    Wow over one fifth of all our Premier League goals. What a legend…and chest hair to die for

  2. Dave says:

    What are we going to do without him?
    Luckily he looks like he could still go on for another decade at least!

  3. FletchTHEMAN says:

    What a legend is our Ryan Giggs.
    Lots of accolades for this man, not least of them the almost 150 team mates who have played
    with him for him since his start. Guardian has a list of 141 of them

    First appearance: 2 March 1991, aged 17
    Latest appearance: 26 February 2012, aged 38

    Appearances: 900 (764 starts + 136 subs)
    Goals: 162

  4. Strik3rr says:


  5. Ambrose christian says:

    The hallmark of a legend,what a goal and what a time to score the winning goal for the RED ARMY ON HIS 900 game annivesary.pls tell SAF to kindly give him another ten years contract

  6. iDon says:

    I’m happy to have him … but for how long do we rely on scholes and giggs ???? Why we can win easily with Norwich? We lost against Ajax at home :S

  7. WillieRedNut says:


  8. Redbilly says:

    Recognised internationally as one of the all time greats. Cell done Ryan.

  9. Giggs's left boot says:

    Ryan Giggs Living Legend

  10. Busby babes says:

    Fletchtheman astonshing is’nt it and i echo the sentiment’s that we wont see such longertivity again for a player at 1 club, reading that list of player’s who’ve played alongside him i’m qite sure mark lynch played in the same team has him v deportivo la coruna in 2003


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