Old Trafford & Ryan Giggs

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Ryan Joseph Giggs OBE (born Ryan Joseph Wilson on 29 November 1973) is a Welsh footballer who plays for Manchester United. 5.0/5

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Manchester United great Ryan Giggs lifts lid on his Old Trafford exit
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has revealed Jose Mourinho never wanted him to stay at Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs has revealed his best XI. Ronaldo up front but there's no place for a certain Old Trafford 👑!…
A young Ryan Giggs says that he'd rather play at Anfield than Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs exclusive: The former winger talks about life after Sir Alex at Old Trafford - h…
In Ryan Giggs' exclusive new column the former winger talks about the new boss at Old Trafford -
Jose Mourinho insists Ryan Giggs leaving United was 'not his responsibility'
EXCLUSIVE BY Chris Wheeler: Ryan Giggs has told Manchester United he wants to leave after nearly 30 years at the Old Trafford club. He
"I cannot tell you how much I'll miss walking out at Old Trafford." - Ryan Giggs .
Ryan Giggs has ended his 29-year stay at Manchester United by agreeing a settlement with the Old Trafford club. [BBC]
Mourinho is reportedly prepared to let Ryan Giggs leave Old Trafford because he fears he'll be a threat to his job secu…
Ex Manchester United defender Clayton Blackmore urges Ryan Giggs to stay at Old Trafford and assist Jose Mourinho.
Ryan Giggs' vast knowledge of Manchester United. should be retained by Jose Mourinho if he takes. charge at Old Trafford, says Paul Scholes.
Ryan Giggs should cut his teeth away from Manchester United before returning to take Old Trafford hotseat, says…
Man Utd 3 Oldham Ath 2. April 1994. Ryan Giggs heads in a goal as United battled with Oldham at Old Trafford
Former Man Utd star David Beckham has said that Ryan Giggs would be a ‘perfect’ manager at Old Trafford.
Angel Di Maria has confirmed he is leaving Old Trafford after catching Ryan Giggs knocking one out into his wifes knicke…
In Sport: defender Paddy McNair on Northern Ireland, Ryan Giggs, Sir Alex and making an impact at Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs taking a corner at Old Trafford, 1996.
Manchester United plan to use Ryan Giggs to try and lure Gareth Bale to Old Trafford. (Source: Sun Sport)
Ryan Giggs at Old Trafford, 3-1 win over Denied Wilson a hat trick to sub himself in. World talks about David Moyes.
On this day in 1991, Ryan Giggs made his debut. He went on to do all right at Old Trafford, to be fair...
Decent pitch for a kick about. Ryan Giggs & Hotel Football next to Old Trafford.
Round-up of the leading football stories making the back pages of today's newspapers. INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY Louis Van Gaal reveals just how close he came to axing Ryan Giggs as his assistant at Old Trafford - and how Mourinho escaped a similar fate when the pair were at Barcelona. SUN ON SUNDAY Cristiano Ronaldo has been having his say on Manchester United, delivering a double blow to Van Gaal, he says he won't be returning to Old Trafford and his former club won't win the Premier League title this year. MAIL ON SUNDAY Diego Costa is expected to start for Chelsea at Manchester United today despite his hamstring problems and an overnight stay in hospital last week with a virus. Manager Jose Mourinho has been sweating on the Spain striker's fitness but Costa is understood to have come through training on Saturday and is ready to be selected. Liverpool will consider a January move for West Brom striker Saido Berahino. The Baggies believe Berahino is worth in excess of £25m. Liverpool's potential interest co ...
Man Utd legend Bryan Robson backs Ryan Giggs for top job at Old Trafford in future
Red is my colour Manchester United is my team Old trafford is my home Louis Van Gaal is our boss Ryan Giggs is our hero Rooney is our leader De Gea our stopper Rojo our king Falcao our Goal scorer Mata our playMaker Di Maria our magician Herera our miracle Carrick our field marshal Jones our soldier Rafael our fighter Blind our worrier valencia our workaholic y0ung our pilot janujaz our teaser shaw our defenda evans our c0mitment vanpersie our mutant Blacket our future flecter our c0ntr0ler I LOVE [[manunited]]
Rio Ferdinand says David Moyes created a "negative vibe" during his Manchester United reign and labelled the Scot's tactics as "embarrassing". The QPR defender, who endured an unhappy return to Old Trafford on Sunday as his side were thrashed 4-0 by his former employers, has lifted the lid on what happened during Moyes' turbulent 10 months in charge. In his autobiography 'which is being serialised by The Sun, the 35-year-old centre-back revealed the players were confused by mixed messages from Moyes, frustrated by his mentality and angered by changes in routine, such as the chips being taken away. He said: "It's not something to go to the barricades over (the chips). But all the lads were p* off. And guess what happened after Moyes left and Ryan Giggs took over? "Moyes has been gone about 20 minutes, we're on the bikes warming up for the first training session and one of the lads says: 'You know what? We've got to get on to Giggsy. We've got to get him to get us our f* chips back."' Ferdinand says he was ...
After a busy summer transfer window and the release of all squad numbers for the 2014/15 season, Manchester United have new incumbents of several red shirts. Among them, loan signing Radamel Falcao will wear no.9, record capture Angel Di Maria has taken no.7 and Belgian starlet Adnan Januzaj is the club’s new no.11. All three will hope to live up to the reputation of some bona fide United legends to have worn those numbers down the years. No.7 is the most iconic of all jerseys at Old Trafford, having been donned by some of the team’s all-time greats, including George Best (who could legitimately lay claim to no.11 as well), Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo. Those five have a combined 1,802 appearances and 563 goals. Sir Bobby Charlton is probably our most famous no.9 and he wore the number for most of his epic, 758-game Reds career. More recently, Andy Cole plundered over a century of goals in the shirt as he helped United win the Treble in 1998/99. Ryan Giggs made the n ...
Ryan Giggs confident new Manchester United signings will get Old Trafford crowd back on their feet
Giggs defends youth policy after Welbeck sale Ryan Giggs insists Manchester United will never abandon the club’s tradition of developing young players and turning them into first-team stars, despite the recent sale of Danny Welbeck to Barclays Premier League rivals Arsenal. The 23-year-old England international and former Academy graduate swapped Old Trafford for the Emirates Stadium on transfer deadline day with Colombian hotshot Radamel Falcao effectively replacing him in Louis Van Gaal’s squad. While it is always sad to see a local lad moving on, particularly one who has been with the club since he was a child, Giggs has quashed suggestions the Reds have given up on a famed youth policy that allowed him to graduate from the Class of ‘92’. “United will never change,” Giggs explained at Soccerex, an annual conference that has brought more of football’s movers and shakers to Manchester. “The history of the club is to play exciting football, give youngsters a chance and keep to its traditio ...
Simon Davies signs up for his village team after earning £30,000 a week as Premier League star and Wales captain Davies was a Premier League stalwart who turned out for Tottenham, Everton and Fulham... and is now paying £3 a game subs for Solva A Welsh soccer star who was paid £30,000-a-week has signed for a new club - a village team where he will PAY £3 to play in each match. Simon Davies, 34, earned tens of thousands of pounds playing for Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and Fulham in a glittering 15-year career in the Premier League. He also captained Wales, playing alongside the likes of Ryan Giggs, Gary Speed and Craig Bellamy in the national side. And he scored the first goal in Wales' famous win over Italy at the Millennium Stadium in 2002. He has now been unveiled as the new signing for an amateur team in the seaside village of Solva in Pembrokeshire. And Davies will now have to pay £3 “subs” on every match day. Simon Davies is among the few Welsh footballers who have played in a European final ...
Aerial video shows Ryan Giggs and Hotel Football, by Old Trafford, nearing completion htt…
Giggs And Neville Have City Centre Plans THE CITY Council is teaming up with Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs to redevelop the area around Bootle Street police station. The budding property moguls have also recently collaborated on the Hotel Football development at Old Trafford, set to open this December. The synagogue, the pub and the old station are all likely to go as it is redeveloped into a ‘new mixed-use development’ Jacksons Row Development Company (JRDC), a company owned by Neville and Giggs, along with developer and Burnley FC director Brendan Flood, already owns the site or is just about to own the neighbouring United Reformed Synagogue in Jackson’s Row, the Sir Ralph Abercrombie Pub and an important bit of land in between. Now the Council plans to buy the police station and lease the site back to JRDC so the company can put forward a detailed masterplan for the whole site. Why is JRDC not simply buying the police station instead? Maybe because the city has inserted a clause saying that if they ...
Located at Manchester United: the panic button. Last pressed: by David Moyes in January to buy Juan Mata for £37.1m. Under threat at the AON Training Complex: the club’s trumpeted youth policy. Last seen: Old Trafford, 6 May, on the full debuts of James Wilson, 18, and Tom Lawrence, 20, in a 3-1 defeat of Hull City. The hope was that Louis Van Gaal’s arrival as Moyes’s permanent replacement would presage a revival of United’s harnessing of homegrown talent. Ryan Giggs, in his interim spell as the No1, suggested there was a fresh crop ready for harvest when Wilson and Lawrence started against Hull, and Michael Keane, 21, was named a substitute. On the night, Wilson scored twice and Lawrence impressed, on the left side of attack. Yet Van Gaal’s decision to allow the latter to explore a move to Leicester City, and to deem Wilson not first-team ready and so splurge £16m on a loan for Radamel Falcao, heralds a new era of fantasy football management at the club. And for the immediate future at least ...
I love this EPL!!! who would have thought Man(Ure) Utd would have been so tortured by Swansea after so much hype of Van Gaal coming in to replace Moyes upon that short stint as team manager by Ryan Giggs. well i would want to hope the tenure of Van Gaal isnt worse than David Moyes. For that baptism of fire, i say welcome on board Van Gaal and do hope that as u come to Stamford bridge and we (Chelsea) visit you at Old trafford (Old peeps' home) that we come out victorious with the 6pts. With this said, i congratulate all the other big teams that were successful over the weekend and hope too that Chelsea is able to do same tonight. Arsenal scratched for that 2nd goal and had Crystal Palace held on and Puncheon not allow himself too carried away and also had they converted those chances they had it would have been another story today, but kudos to Arsenal getting that goal. Another chance well taken was by Liverpool also at late time, i think this two would have to slog it out, in my opinion, to stay on the ...
Manchester United v Swansea City: Van Gaal set for Premier League bow 14 August 2014 17:46 For the second season in a row, Manchester United kick off their Premier League campaign against Swansea City and under a new manager. After 27 years with Alex Ferguson at the helm, the Old Trafford club dismissed successor David Moyes just 10 months into his contract as they careered towards a seventh-placed finish in the Premier League last term - their lowest in the competition's history. Ryan Giggs saw out the season in the United hot seat on an interim basis, but the onus now falls on former Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal to lead the club out of what are - by their own exalted standards - dark times. And the experienced coach, who led his country to the semi-finals of the World Cup in Brazil earlier this year, has brought a new sense of optimism to the 20-time English champions.
How was it seeing Louis Van Gaal, and Ryan Giggs beside him, in the Old Trafford dugout for the first time?
Manchester United have announced their squad numbers for the 2014-15 campaign, with Adnan Januzaj taking the No.11 shirt. The Belgium international inherits the number vacated by the recently retired Ryan Giggs, who ended one of the most decorated ever playing careers to become Louis Van Gaal's assistant manager this summer. New midfield signing Ander Herrera takes the No.21, while £30m teenager Luke Shaw is handed the No.3 as he succeeds Juventus-bound Patrice Evra. The club's legendary No.7 shirt remains vacant, having been given up by Ecuadorian winger Antonio Valencia over a year ago, and could yet be filled by transfer target Juan Cuadrado. There is also no No.9 listed by Van Gaal's side, with newly confirmed captain Wayne Rooney keeping his No.10. Retaining their squad numbers are the likes of Anderson, Wilfried Zaha and Marouane Fellaini, all of whom have been linked with moves away from Old Trafford this summer. SQUAD NUMBERS IN FULL: 1. De Gea; 2. Rafael; 3. Shaw; 4. Jones; 6. Evans; 8. Mata; 10 ...
Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj has been given the honour of taking on Ryan Giggs' famous No 11 shirt next season. Giggs called time on his 24-year playing career at Old Trafford at the end of last season after briefly becoming the club's caretaker boss following the sacking of David Moyes.
Paul Scholes insists he is ready to tell it how it is in his new role as a TV pundit. But it seems Class of '92 team-mate Gary Neville is already looking to cool him down, after throwing an ice bucket over him. Scholes, who upset Wayne Rooney earlier this summer with his scathing views, joined Neville, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Phil Neville and a host of other Old Trafford favourites for a charity game against non-league Salford City on Thursday night. Neville threw the ice bucket over Scholes as part of a charity cause for the James McCarthy Foundation - not the Everton midfielder, but a young man who suffered a brain tumour in a car accident and wants to complete his 'bucket list' - and the Former United midfielder apparently requested that Darren Fletcher be next in line to be soaked. The former England midfielder will embark on his latest career turn next week as a pundit for BT Sport in their Premier League curtain-raiser between United and Swansea. Speaking to Sam Wallace ahead of the launch of his ne ...
Where are Van Gaal's Manchester United leaders? As Patrice Evra becomes the latest senior player to depart Old Trafford, the incoming coach enters a dressing room full of individuals low on experience and confidence The list of departed leaders is extraordinary; unprecedented in a single Premier League summer. Patrice Evra, Rio Ferdinand, Ryan Giggs, Nemanja Vidic. All first-team captains, none to be seen in a Manchester United shirt again. Their exits took different forms. Giggs elected to retire when persuaded to remain at Old Trafford as one of Louis Van Gaal's assistants. His contract running down, Vidic chose to move to Serie A before United had the opportunity to show him the door. After 12 seasons in red, Ferdinand was informed that his services were no longer required. Losing the third part of what was until recently United's strongest defence was a more complicated process. Whatever you read last season about Patrice Evra being surplus to requirements for the coming campaign was misinformed. Evra ...
Sir Alex Ferguson is set to give his take on the failed Manchester United reign of his successor David Moyes. The 72-year-old Scot, who stepped down as United manager at the end of the 2012/13 season after 26 hugely successful years, is to reveal all in an update of his autobiography, which will be released on the 23rd October. Former Everton boss Moyes, who was identified by Ferguson as his chosen successor at United, had a disastrous 10 months in the Old Trafford hot-seat before being sacked in April. Under Moyes' management, United were knocked out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage by Bayern Munich, were beaten in the third round of the FA Cup at home to Swansea and lost in the Capital One Cup semi-finals to Sunderland. They only took five points from a possible 24 against the teams who finished in the Champions League places - Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal. Ryan Giggs took temporary charge following Moyes' dismissal but was powerless to prevent them finishing seventh ...
A Carrington overhaul, 3-5-2 & Mats Hummels From what United's players can expect from the Dutchman's first day in the job to who the Red Devils are trying to sign this summer, Paul Clennam gave his unique insights into life at Old Trafford. Here, we round up the best comments from an intriguing hour of United chat... -A baptism of fire for Man Utd's finest? "It's worth pointing out first of all that David Moyes was no shrinking violet as Manchester United boss. If anything, his hard line approach did not go sit well with some of the younger players. "Still, Van Gaal has already made it clear that his word will be law - and assistant manager Ryan Giggs has intimated to the players currently at training what to expect. Timekeeping is his big thing. A minute late for training, a fine will be imposed at his discretion. It's all about Van Gaal letting everybody at the entire club know there is a new sheriff in town. "A mixture of excitement and trepidation is hanging over Carrington today. -"Defensive re-info ...
Football News : The former Netherlands Under-21 trainer has joined compatriot Louis Van Gaal at Old Trafford and will work alongside Ryan Giggs, Marcel Bout and Frans Hoek at the club
We’re counting down to the new campaign with plenty of hope and expectation. Louis Van Gaal has boldly stated that he wants “to make history” as the new manager of Manchester United, while his assistant, Reds legend Ryan Giggs, urged fans “to keep supporting us and the good times will be back soon”. With the big kick-off for 2014/15 less than two months away – against Swansea City at Old Trafford – both men will soon be aiming to make good on their promises.
After the World Cup, Ryan Giggs will go back to Old Trafford with Thuso Phala, Reneilwe Letsholonyane & Siphiwe Tshabalala.
The Giggs story: 2007-11 Ryan Giggs was virtually ever-present during one of the most successful eras in Manchester United history, breaking records and collecting winners' medals at almost every turn… The evergreen Welshman was the first and last scorer in the unforgettable 2007/08 campaign, netting the opener in the Community Shield triumph over Chelsea before converting from the spot during the Reds’ dramatic penalty shootout success in the Champions League final. Poignantly, on that rain-soaked evening in Moscow, Giggs stepped off the bench to register his 759th match and break Sir Bobby Charlton’s long-standing appearance record. It was the perfect end to a season that also saw United claim the Premier League title with a 2-0 win at Wigan Athletic just 10 days earlier, when our silver-haired hero scored the trophy-winning goal. Giggs 2007/08: 33 (10) games, 4 goals The following season, United secured a record-equaling 18th league title to add to the Club World Cup that was claimed in December, ...
Ryan Giggs flies to Baghdad to watch a young Iraqi play football. He is suitably impressed and arranges for him to join the squad at Old Trafford. Two weeks later Man U are 4-0 down at Chelsea with only 20 minutes left. The manager gives the young Iraqi striker the nod and on he goes. The lad is a sensation, scores 5 goals and wins the game for Man U. The fans are delighted, the players and coaches are delighted and the media love the new star. When the player comes off the pitch, he phones his Mum to tell her about his first day in English football. 'Hello Mum, guess what?' he says (in an Iraqi accent). 'I played for 20 minutes today. We were 4-0 down but I scored 5 and we won. Everybody loves me, the fans, the media - they all love me. 'Wonderful,' says his Mum, 'Let me tell you about my day. Your father got shot in the street and robbed, your sister and I were ambushed, gang raped and beaten and your brother has joined a gang of looters, and all while you were having such great time.' The young lad is ...
Ryan Giggs after his last match at Old Trafford: “We got off the plane at Manchester Airport, I was saying goodbye to the players, thanking them. Potentially saying goodbye to a lot of players for the last time, a bit of staff, and I’m not an emotional… well, I didn’t think I was. I’m not a really emotional person but my car was parked right outside and I thought, ‘I need to get in my car here’. I could feel myself getting emotional. So I get in my car and I just went, started crying, started getting really emotional and I think it was just a mixture of what I’ve just said, saying goodbye to people for maybe the last time, and the pressure that I put myself under.t sounds stupid now, but it’s just not me, it’s just not me at all. So I came out the airport and I came at the lights and Nicky Butt has just pulled up next to me and I’m thinking, ‘F***ing *** I can’t let Butty know that I’ve just been crying’. So I just give him a little wave and just looked the other way and wa . ...
Exclusive preview: ITV to show new Ryan Giggs documentary 'Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager' A new ITV documentary focuses on Ryan Giggs becoming the interim manager of Manchester United and his four games in charge at Old Trafford. Watch a preview clip above, as Giggs reflects on his new position whilst driving home with his family. More:
Giggs hails manager experience Ryan Giggs: Feels experience of being manager will help him The 40-year-old Welshman took charge of the club's Final Four matches of the season after David Moyes was sacked 10 months after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson. There were calls for Giggs, who made a record 963 appearances for United, to be given the job full-time but the Old Trafford hierarchy opted for the experience of current Holland boss Louis Van Gaal. Giggs will be the Dutchman's assistant and intends to get as much out of the role as he can as he takes his first steps into coaching after calling time on his glittering playing career. "I met Louis and the meeting went really well, I liked him instantly and I'm looking forward to working with him and learning from him," said Giggs in the ITV documentary Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager. "It's been a whirlwind and I wouldn't change it for the world. "It was just a brilliant experience and one that I thoroughly enjoyed will be all the better for next time it happen ...
Just a regular Thursday morning site visit to the upcoming Hotel Football in Old Trafford, Manchester... Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville with Paul Scholes, Phil ...
Denis Irwin has paid tribute to Ryan Giggs after his retirement. Irwin played behind the veteran midfielder on the left flank during the 1990s and early 2000s. "I suppose all good things come to an end, but what an unbelievable player he has been for Manchester United. The way he's done it as well is testament to himself. Someone called him a 'freak of nature' at one point – he's been an unbelievable player, and certainly a legend." Irwin was replaced by Giggs against Everton in March 1991 as the latter made his Reds debut, and believes the new Old Trafford no.2 is among the best he has ever played with. "I was fortunate enough to play with Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Bryan Robson – all fantastic players. Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Peter Schmeichel, Paul Scholes – unbelievable talents, but Ryan is right up there with them. "He was a fantastic player to have in front of you because you knew he would help you out with your defensive duties as well. He wasn't afraid to do the dirty side of football, to track ba ...
Louis Van Gaal vs. United ! Louis Van Gaal has faced Manchester United four times and, on every occasion, football fans have been treated to high-octane matches filled with goals and attacking endeavour. In September 1998, the Dutchman brought Barcelona to Old Trafford for a memorable Champions League tie. Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs scored early goals but Sonny Anderson and Giovanni restored parity on the hour. David Beckham’s stunning free-kick was then cancelled out by Luis Enrique’s penalty, capping a wonderful 3-3 draw. Remarkably, the sides did it all again two months later. The Catalans led first through Anderson, only for Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole to put United ahead. Two Rivaldo goals then sandwiched Yorke’s second to clinch another entertaining 3-3 draw at Camp Nou. Eleven years later, in March 2010, Van Gaal’s Bayern Munich welcomed United to the Allianz Arena. Wayne Rooney opened the scoring in the first leg after just 66 seconds, before Franck Ribery's deflected free-kick set up a dr ...
AUDIO: The amazing tale of how Ryan Giggs torpedoed Thiago Alcantara’s move to Old Trafford
SkySports David Beckham believes Louis Van Gaal is the ideal choice as the new Manchester United manager and has backed Ryan Giggs to make a seamless transition into his role as assistant boss. Netherlands coach Van Gaal will take up his post at Old Trafford following the World Cup this summer,...
Five facts about Louis Van Gaal’s new United staff New Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal is bringing two assistant coaches with him, but who are they and what do they offer. Manchester United finally announced that Louis Van Gaal will be their new permanent manager this week. But while most of the headlines were taken up with that news and the fact that Ryan Giggs would act as United’s assistant manager, there will also be at least two new faces in the Old Trafford dug-out. Frans Hoek and Marcel Bout will be following Van Gaal to the club this summer, the former as goalkeeping coach and the latter reportedly focusing on opposition scouting. But what else do you need to know about them? Here are five facts to get you started: 1) Hoek is currently the goalkeeping coach of the Holland national team. He has been part of Van Gaal’s coaching setup at Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich and will replace Chris Woods at Old Trafford. He has previously worked with legendary United goalkeeper Edwin van de ...
Louis Van Gaal will need to hit the ground running when he finally takes over as Manchester United manager in July. The Holland coach has never been afraid of a challenge and says it has always been a dream to manage in the Premier League. Having won titles in Holland with two different clubs, and in Spain and Germany, he now wants to conquer England and, as he puts it, "make history". United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and the club's longest-serving player Ryan Giggs have no doubt already outlined some of the problems that became apparent during the club's worst season for 25 years. But even a man of Van Gaal's vast experience may be shocked at the size of the task awaiting him at Old Trafford.   Here are 10 areas he will need to focus on to make Untied great again:   1) Rebuild the defence. With Patrice Evra likely to follow Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic through the exit door there are big holes to fill in the back four. United want Luke Shaw to become their left-back and are targ ...
Mourinho is jealous of my CV, jokes Van Gaal The Dutchman revealed his former assistant was among the first people to contact him on his appointment at Old Trafford and does not expect problems with Sir Alex Ferguson "Jose Mourinho was one of the first people that texted me when I got the job. He said that he was jealous of my resume of clubs," Van Gaal said with a smirk. The 62-year-old also insisted he does not foresee any problems with Ferguson, who remains on the board of directors at United and previously endorsed Ryan Giggs for the manager's job. "I will probably have a drink with Sir Alex Ferguson, but we've done that a couple of times before," he added. "We get along quite fine. "I don't think his pressure will be a big problem. I put a lot of pressure on myself. We need to get United back to the summit, as soon as possible. "Maybe people will think that this will happen in the first seeason, but we'll have to see. In the end, there's only one team that becomes champions." TD
After 24 seasons in the Manchester United first team, Ryan Giggs has decided to hang up his boots. The Reds legend and club's most successful ever servant won a staggering 34 major honours as a player, while notching 963 appearances and firing 168 goals. Giggs, who will be sticking around at Old Trafford to assist Louis Van Gaal at the United helm, reflected on his incredible career in an open letter on ManUtd.com, saying he had "loved every minute of playing for and representing the biggest and best club in the world." In our special video above, we look back on the Welshman in action and hear from a number of Ryan's team-mates. Enjoy. Source: ManUtd.com
Now that current Netherlands coach, Louis Van Gaal, has been confirmed as the new Manchester United manager. The Dutchman faces a daunting task to restore the former Premier League champions to the top of the English and European game. According to Reuters, below are the 10 issues which should be at the top of his to-do list when he starts work at Carrington after the 2014 World Cup ends in Brazil on 13 July: 1. Win the dressing room: Unreserved faith and support from United's senior players will be imperative for Van Gaal to work in the right kind of atmosphere at Old Trafford, something his predecessor David Moyes apparently lacked. It will also help if he sees things eye-to-eye with his assistant Ryan Giggs, who should play a crucial role in bonding the dressing room with the iron-fisted Dutchman. A healthy relationship between the coach and the players is the basic prerequisite for United to restore the Alex Ferguson-era confidence that was so palpably shattered by poor results under Moyes. 2. Quality ...
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Former Manchester United defender Gordon Mcqueen is unsure as to whether Louis Van Gaal is the right man to take over at Old Trafford with Ryan Giggs
Ryan Giggs. Overall the best player I have seen at Old Trafford. Thought I'd retire before he did and I'm 15 years older
WATCH: We look back on Ryan Giggs' memorable career after 24 years at Old Trafford:
Never witnessed anyone run as fast for as far with the ball perfectly under control as when I first saw him at Old Trafford. Didn't think anyone could do that until I saw him in the flesh (and that was 20 years ago) The unforgettable Ryan Giggs.
I can't believe we won't be seeing Ryan Giggs in a playing capacity again, the greatest player this club and the Premier League has ever seen. We'll never see the likes of him again. a massive welcome to Old Trafford to Louis Van Gaal, the calibre of manager a club like us deserves. - JB
An emotional day for every United fan as the legend Ryan Giggs announce his retirement from international Football...Thank you Giggsy for your wonderful 23 year at Old Trafford..We ll miss you in United shirt...But we are happy as you are appointed as assistant manager of Manchester United..And preety sure you ll do a wonderful job to help Louis Van Gaal to take united to a height where we were...We ll b back... Welcome Louis Van Gaal...
Wellcome to Old Trafford Luis Van Gaal, and thanks to Ryan Giggs :)
Ryan Giggs has retired from playing with an open letter to Man United fans after becoming Louis Van Gaal's assistant at Old Trafford. The Red Devils' legend wrote: "Today is a fantastic day for Manchester United. Louis Van Gaal is a great appointment and let me begin by telling you how…
GIGGS RETIRES! After 23 years as a Man Utd player, Ryan Giggs announces his retirement as a player. He will now become Van Gaal's assistant at Old Trafford:
Finally its OFFICIAL. Louis Van Gaal named as Manchester United Manager. :) Ryan Giggs to be his assistant. 3:) Welcome to Old Trafford, Boss. --
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has backed Louis Van Gaal to take over as manager at Old Trafford and believes that hiring Ryan Giggs as an assistant is a smart move from the Dutchman.
Louis Van Gaal is about to become the new Manager of United with Ryan Giggs has his assistant, the seeds are being sown to a new beginning, all the doubters beware, and to those fools who are saying no body of any substance will want to join because of no CL football season that's just wishful thinking . Why do you think Old Trafford is called the Theater of Dreams ? It's because most of our dreams come true, they don't turn to nightmares like the ones from across the Mersey . The Empire that Fergie built will return to it's former glory .
UK REPORTS: 'SERIAL WINNER' OFFERS Welsh Wizard NUMBER 2 POSITION! Soon to be announced Man Utd boss Louis Van Gaal has offered Ryan Giggs the job of assistant coach. The pair met at a secret house in Holland Wednesday afternoon. Giggs thereafter rushed back to England in time to watch the Under-21s lose the Barclays Premier League title they were defending 2-1 to Chelsea at Old Trafford. Zambia legend Charles Musonda's whiz kid Charly Musonda junior, the youngest player on the pitch at 17 stroke Chelsea's equaliser on 22 minutes with an amazing Lionel Messi like solo effort after the Utd reserves had led through Tom Lawrence set up by James Wilson (Both Utd players were featured by Giggs in the seniors 3-1 win over Hull City with Wilson bagging a brace). Chelsea scored the winner through Lewis Baker 11 minutes from time to complete a league and FA Youth Cup double. Chelsea beat Fulham in the Cup final played over two legs with the gifted Musonda netting a goal in the first leg. Van Gaal may be confirmed ...
Manchester United could make Louis Van Gaal their new manager as early as today. United are thought to be close to a deal with the Dutchman, whose job as Netherlands boss ends after next month's World Cup. Ed Woodward, United's executive vice-chairman, could shed some light on the managerial situation this afternoon when he addresses Wall Street analysts following the publication of the club's quarterly financial figures. Ryan Giggs, who took charge temporarily following David Moyes' sacking, met Van Gaal this week to discuss his role in the new Old Trafford set-up. Giggs was photographed coming out of a hotel near Van Gaal's home in Noordwijk on Wednesday before returning to England to attend the U21 Premier League final. Van Gaal, meanwhile, would not comment when asked for the latest by Sky Sports News reporter Gary Cotterill at a book launch in Amsterdam. United will be getting a manager who has won the league with all four of his clubs, which include Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Van Gaal also won the ...
Man United U21 1-2 Chelsea U21: man of the moment bags winner to hand Dermot Drummy's side Premier League title 14 May 2014 22:27 Lewis Baker was the hero as Chelsea came from behind to beat Manchester United and win an absorbing Under-21 Premier League final at Old Trafford. The midfield master seized his opportunity in the 79th minute, capitalising on loose United defensive play to cut across the edge of the area and curl an immaculate shot past Ben Amos. It was the third of three wonderful goals in a final that lived up to pre-match expectations and left a 13,000-strong crowd richly entertained. The victors: Chelsea celebrate with the Under-21 Premier League trophy after defeating Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford in the fina Dejection: The Man United players stand and watch as Chelsea lift the trophy United, the defending champions, had taken an early lead when Tom Lawrence, who bore more than a slight resemblance to Ryan Giggs as he tore down the wing in his No 11 shirt, bent in a well-taken goal ...
Ryan Giggs will hold talks with Louis Van Gaal on Wednesday to discuss his future at Manchester United with the Holland coach expected to be confirmed as the club’s new manager on Thursday. Giggs is due to accompany United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to meet Van Gaal, who has ordered Wednesday as a rest day for the Dutch squad at their pre-World Cup training camp in Hoenderloo. With Woodward due to face questions over the club’s disastrous season from investors on Thursday when United release their third-quarter financial results, there is a desire within Old Trafford to confirm Van Gaal’s appointment to end the uncertainty surrounding the team over the past month. But while Van Gaal has already discussed transfer targets and player departures with Woodward, Giggs’s future remains unresolved. It is understood that Van Gaal is open to the prospect of handing Giggs a senior role in his backroom team, but the Welshman has yet to make a decision over his intentions. Paul Scholes is due to atte ...
Ryan Giggs is set to fly to Holland and hold talks with Louis Van Gaal over the possibility of a coaching role at Old Trafford next season. The
Gordon Taylor, Javier Zanetti, Gary Pallister, Alan Shearer, Andrea Pirlo, Carlos Tevez & Patrice Evra passed on their congratulations to Ryan Giggs on his receiving of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Player of the Year dinner at Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs: I have not decided whether I'll be Louis Van Gaal's No.2 at Man Utd.Legend Giggs, who yesterday picked up the United Lifetime Achievement Award, is currently in caretaker charge following the sacking of David Moyes. On his future, Giggs said: "I have not decided. "I am too busy trying to prepare a team for Southampton and that is my priority at the moment. "When the season ends I will go away and think about what I want to do next. "I said five or six years ago that if my career ended tomorrow I would be happy so every year is a bonus. FAN-TASTIC: Giggs is a fan favourite at Old Trafford [PA] “It's been a disappointing season but if you are a proper club, which we are, you always bounce back” Ryan Giggs "I still enjoy training and playing but I have really enjoyed the last couple of weeks so it has been a good experience to take me on to the next chapter of my life." Giggs, 40, is confident United will bounce back next season after a horror year since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson. He ...
My brother Syed Danial says we all have won the same number of Premier League medals as Steven Gerrard, and he's right of course. Just like how Tohari Paijan has lost one game at Old Trafford less than Ryan Giggs.
Ryan Giggs believes Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand are still good enough to play for Manchester United. Would you like to see the trio still in the squad next season, or is it time for change at Old Trafford?
Remember you can see Ryan Giggs's final(?) Old Trafford performance and leaving(?) speech here
Video- Ryan Giggs speech at Hull City 2014 game Old Trafford final home game of the season
Manchester United interim manager, Ryan Giggs, has promised the club's fans that the ‘good times’ will return at Old Trafford.
[Picture] An emotional Ryan Giggs as he addressed the Old Trafford crowd.
PHOTO interim manager Ryan Giggs addresses the Old Trafford crowd after the match against Hull
Manchester United down Hull City 3-1 as Ryan Giggs brings himself on & possibly plays his final game at Old Trafford
Watch as Ryan Giggs talks to the Old Trafford crowd after United's 3-1 victory over Hull in the final home game of the season.
Ryan Giggs speech last night at Old Trafford to end the season.
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Manchester United 3-1 Hull City: Wilson scores twice on dream debut as Vidic bids farewell to Old Trafford The 18-year-old striker, given his first start as well as Tom Lawrence, netted in either half, while Matty Fryatt's fine long-ranger was made irrelevant by Robin Van Persie. It was a dream debut for Manchester United striker James Wilson as the 18-year-old's double secured a 3-1 Premier League victory over Hull City. The youngster, along with Welsh winger Tom Lawrence, was fielded by Ryan Giggs for his maiden first-team game and made it a memorable one half an hour in when he fired home with a left-footed volley. The Red Devils extended their lead through Wilson just after the 60-minute mark when he tapped in on the rebound, though the Tigers got a consolation in fine style with Matty Fryatt's long-range stunner only two minutes later. Old Trafford also had a chance to say goodbye to captain Nemanja Vidic, who came on for one last home game before joining Inter in the summer, while 40-year-old Giggs ...
As expected a classy moment from Ryan Giggs after Manchester United's final home game this season. Do you think this will be the last time we see Giggs at Old Trafford for a while? What do you think his future holds?
Manchester United's teenage striker James Wilson makes a dream debut with two goals in a 3-1 victory over Hull; stalwart Nemanja Vidić plays his last Old Trafford game; the legendary Ryan Giggs (possibly) draws the curtain on his time as a Red Devil.
Ryan Giggs' tenure as Manchester United manager may not last long, but he gave a memorable, end-of-season address on Tuesday at Old Trafford.
It was an emotional night for Ryan Giggs, as the Welsh Wizard bade farewell to the Old Trafford faithful, as a player at least.
Great 3-1 win tonight in our final game at Old Trafford this season. And congratulations to Ryan Giggs for an amazing career!
Ryan Giggs made a cameo appearance off the bench and Nemanja Vidic said goodbye to Old Trafford, but it was Manchester United debutant James Wilson who stole the show as he scored twice to sink Hull. Wilson, 18, scored from close range either side of half-time, and Robin Van Persie also found the ne…
That was amazing from Old Trafford, Ryan Giggs asking the fans to keep on supporting.
Has Ryan Giggs just made his last Manchester United appearance at Old Trafford? If it was, he marked it with an assist. United 3-1 Hull—bit.ly/1mz7doF
Ryan Giggs will reportedly say a few words to the fans at Old Trafford today.
Fresh from the first defeat under Ryan Giggs, Manchester United play host to Hull City, hoping to make amends for the disappointing loss against Sunderland. The Red Devils are 4/11 favourites to claim maximum points and 5/6 for a half-time/full-time win at Old Trafford. Meanwhile, the Tigers have survived the season in spite of the 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa and they are 8/1 to win at Old Trafford and pour more misery on their more illustrious opponents. More match markets available here Man Utd avoid another embarrassment?
Ryan Giggs is prepared to call time on his Manchester United playing career and leave Old Trafford in a bid to pursue a coaching career.
Ryan Giggs hopes to score the winning goal v Hull City on Tuesday in what could be his final match as a United player at Old Trafford.
Will we see Ryan Giggs in full flight at Old Trafford tomorrow night? . The interim boss is considering it. "The...
FACT: Sunderland win at Old Trafford for the first time since 1968. Ryan Giggs' first managerial record has been broken!
Ryan Giggs could play his last ever match tomorrow at Old Trafford. I hope he picks himself.
After Man Utd's 1-0 defeat to Sunderland, it was good to see Ryan Giggs had learnt so much working under Old Trafford legend - David Moyes.
Ryan Giggs will retire as a player if he is not offered a new deal at Manchester United this summer - but does not rule out leaving Old Trafford to manage elsewhere.
Manchester United's players and their families gathered at Carrington on Sunday for a children’s fun day arranged by interim boss Ryan Giggs, knowing the party is almost over. For a number of the squad, Tuesday’s match against Hull City will be their last appearance at Old Trafford. For others, that moment has already passed. Hours later, Louis Van Gaal is set to be confirmed as manager and life will never be quite the same again -HIERRO
Manchester United and Ryan Giggs suffer a rude awakening at home to Sunderland, who leave Old Trafford with a 0-1 victory. Here's what we made of it.
Good bews and a Bad news!!! Ryan Giggs admits that he might leave the Old Trafford outfit after his long 27 years of service to the club to prepare for a top job in future after. But he could play his last game for Manchester United against Hull City on 6th may at Old Trafford. He says that he might put himself on the bench and come in as a sub. What if he scores:D
Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs has admitted he may have to leave Old Trafford to forward his managerial ambitions.
Ryan Giggs has suffered his first loss as Man United caretaker coach after his team were defeated by Sunderland at Old Trafford. Read more here:
Ryan Giggs admitted Manchester Uniteds home form this season has not been good enough after they slumped to a 1-0 Old Trafford defeat at the hands of Sunderland.
Na cry cry go full for London and Cardiff as dia teams Fulham and Cardiff City don relegate comot from England Premier League. Fulham, wey don tey reach 13 years for Premier League don end be dat as Stoke City hama dem 4-1 and Cardiff own no different as Newcastle finish dem 3-kondo. Naija pikin Osaze Odemwingie fes clear road for Stoke for de 39 minut of de match for Britannia Stadium afta Stephen Ireland shot hit bar. Marko Arnautoviv come make am 2- kondo as secon haf enta bifor Ousamma Assaidi and Jonathan Walters come add dia own gols join to make am four as Kieran Richardson bin get one for Fulham. Our own pesin Shola Ameobi wey dey play for Newcastle score de fes gol as dem waya Cardiff 3-0 . Loic Remy and Steven Taylor score too as Cardiff go begin dey pak dia tins to waka enta Championship. De big tori dis weekend na say Sunderland, wey don catch beta form enta Old Trafford go beat Manchester United 1-0 wit beta gol wey Sebastian Larsson score. Ryan Giggs don lose hin fes match be dat as Sunderla ...
Ryan Giggs was disappointed with Manchester United's performance during their 1-0 loss to Sunderland at Old Trafford.
Manager Ryan Giggs after the defeat: "I'm just disappointed, more than angry," "I said last week we want to make it (Old Trafford) a fortress, as it always has been a difficult place to come. This season that has been the problem, our home form hasn't been good enough."
Manchester United caretaker boss Ryan Giggs has hailed Louis Van Gaal's pedigree as the Dutchman nears a move to Old Trafford
Ryan Giggs: "We're Man United, we're at Old Trafford,I expect nothing less than a victory!!"
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David Moyes cast a lonely figure out running on Miami Beach while, on the other side of the Atlantic Ryan Giggs was bringing the feel-good factor back to Old Trafford
Giggs discusses future, Rooney and RVP (PA) Friday 2 May 2014 Share Wayne Rooney is a major doubt for Manchester United's match against Sunderland this weekend due to the combination of illness and a minor groin injury. Interim manager Ryan Giggs said a number of United players have been struck down by illness, and are therefore unlikely to play at Old Trafford on Saturday. Giggs said: "A few of the lads have had a bug. Anders Lindegaard has, and so has Wayne. "Wayne has a tight groin also so obviously with the bug you have to be careful with that because his immune system is down. Wayne being Wayne, he wants to be involved so we will just monitor it over the next 24 hours." Since United beat Norwich 4-0 in Giggs' first game in charge last Saturday, Juan Mata, Rooney and Lindegaard have backed the Welshman to be the club's long-term replacement for David Moyes, who was sacked last week just 10 months into a six-year contract. United want a more experienced man at the helm though and have held discussions ...
FRI, 2ND MAY 2014 1.Ryan Giggs will look to carry on from where he left off when Sunderland visit Old Trafford on Saturday amid consistent speculation that Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal is closing in on the job of permanent manager.
Manchester United youngster, Tom Lawrence, is set to be offered a new contract at Old Trafford, following his return from a 3 month loan at Yeovil Town. The youngster has impressed and fellow Welshman and Caretaker United Manager, Ryan Giggs is keeping close tabs on him. [Western GAZETTE]
Former Manchester United striker Luis Saha has backed Ryan Giggs to succeed as manager if given the opportunity at Old Trafford
Ryan Giggs will look to continue his impressive start to life as Man Utd boss when Sunderland come to Old Trafford on Saturday. Here's a predicted line-up.
Ryan Giggs reportedly met with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward on Monday to discuss his long-term future at Old Trafford. Source: [Daily Mail]
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Ryan Giggs has held talks with Manchester United chief Ed Woodward over his future role at Old Trafford as Louis Van Gaal edges closer to being appointed as manager. West Ham United manager ,Sam Allardyce believes his side's poor recent results are not a reflection of the quality of their performances and says the club's owners continue to back him despite increasing criticism from fans. West Ham, who are 14th in the Premier League table, have lost their last four league matches and host Europa League-chasing Tottenham Hotpsur at Upton Park on Saturday. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in the running to win France's player of the year prize for the second year running after being one of three Paris Saint-Germain players shortlisted today. Swedish striker, Ibrahimovic is the leading scorer in Ligue 1 this season with 25 goals and has bagged a club record tally of 40 in all competitions, despite not finding the net since the middle of March, with injury keeping him on the sidelines for t ...
Ryan Giggs' Manchester United career has spanned a whopping 27 years including his time in the youth team at Old Trafford, but the darling of the Red Devils...
Belgium Coach blames Moyes for Fellaini's Man Utd form Belgium Coach Marc Wilmots has said the blame lies with David Moyes for the poor displays of Marouane Fellaini at Manchester United, ESPN has reported. Fellaini followed Moyes to Old Trafford from Everton, leaving Goodison Park in a £27.5m move last summer, but hasn’t replicated the form that he displayed under Moyes with the Toffees. Moyes was sacked as United manager last month while Fellaini was left out of the squad to play Norwich City by Ryan Giggs, the interim United boss. Wilmots has told a newspaper in Belgium that Moyes was using Fellaini in the wrong position, but added that the midfielder’s form would not lead to him being left out of the Red DevilsWorld Cup squad. “I don't understand why Manchester United bought him to play him in a system of two number sixes. Marouane is a box-to-box player,” Wilmots told Het Laatste Nieuws. “I have no doubts about Marouane [for the World Cup]. It’s a good chance for him to take revenge ...
It’s vs today as Ryan Giggs takes charge of the Reds. Kick-off at Old Trafford is 17:30 BST.
Manchester United manager latest: Louis Van Gaal to join Old Trafford next week – with Ryan Giggs on hi
Manchester United’s negotiations with Louis Van Gaal appeared to have last night hit a hitch relating to how Ryan Giggs would fit into the substantial entourage of staff the Dutchman may want to bring to Old Trafford.
It looks and sounds right: Ryan Giggs, Manchester United manager. There is now a growing movement behind Giggs being handed the manager’s job at Old Trafford on a permanent basis. This would be a mistake. I bow to no one in my admiration for Ryan Giggs the footballer and have also known Giggs the man for over 16 years, having interviewed him many times. He will certainly become a fine manager, but this summer is too early, and the danger is the United board could get swept up in this wave of romanticism and hand him control.
Ryan Giggs delivered the most "spine-tingling" team talk since Sir Alex Ferguson at and has the potential to become a "new Pep Guardiola" according to Old Trafford goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard.
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Manchester United wants role for Ryan Giggs at Old Trafford to keep link with past
Maybe Giggs should get the nod, but... MMASEKEPE MATSEBANE The sight of Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs on the touchline at Old Trafford was one to behold. At a ground where sacked former manager David Moyes was made to cut a lonely figure after routine losses, Giggs became an instant darling, taking off his managerial career to a stunning start with a brutal 4-0 drubbing of Norwich City. United chief executive Ed Woodward made a decision to give the former Wales international the job for the remainder of the Premier League matches and that decision will undoubtedly go down in history as pure genius. Instead of pushing panic buttons, United opted for United's respect son Giggs, who has been part of United furniture since 1990. Giggs, who made his United playing career back in November 1990, has been tearing teams from the left flank and for the next three matches, will be hoping to tear Sunderland, Hull City and Southampton while on the touchline, literally. From the line up against Norwich, Giggs sho ...
Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata scored two goals apiece as the temporary reign of Ryan Giggs as manager of Manchester United began with a convincing 4-0 win against Norwich City at Old Trafford on Saturday. Read more here:
Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs insists he is only focusing on the present after his side thrashed Norwich City 4-0 at Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs knows managing Manchester United isn't always so easy. After a sleepless night before his managerial debut, Giggs saw the team under his temporary control reawaken Old Trafford with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Norwich on Saturday. It came at the end a tumultuous week that started
Ryan Giggs gave the Manchester United board food for thought as he enjoyed a dream debut in the home dugout at Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs with a perfect start, the return of 4-4-2 formation to Old Trafford, what a deffrence. David De Gea and Juan Mata spoted black arm band to commiserate with the death of ther fellow Spaniard, Tito Vilanova.
Minute-by-minute report: A dream debut for interim manager Ryan Giggs, as United batter struggling Norwich on an evening of celebration at Old Trafford. Scott Murray was watching
Ryan Giggs walks into Old Trafford for the first time as manager. Magical
Ryan Giggs leads to a resounding victory at Old Trafford. The clamour to give him the job will grow...
Ryan Giggs enjoys a winning start to his Old Trafford reign
It was a superb debut for Ryan Giggs as a ManUtd gaffer. MUN 4-0 NOR at Old Trafford. Congrats to Giggs, Scholes and entire ManUtd fans...
Ryan Giggs recorded a 4-0 win at Old Trafford in his first game as manager! Any fans on our timeline?
Ryan Giggs, Manchester United's longest-serving player, is set for his first game in charge of the club. The Welshman became the club's temporary manager after David Moyes was sacked last week. They face Norwich at Old Trafford this evening.
It was not about the opposition, as many may bring up, it was the way we played, playing with confidence and passion. The positivity in the atmosphere and the gameplay, making positive substitutions even after being 2-0 up. That's the United way, Giggsy has it spot on. The least we can say, good days are on the brink of coming back. Old Trafford is happy again. He's Ryan Giggs and he's tearing you apart since 1991.
And The final whistle says Manchester United Are the Winners in Our home Old Trafford Giggs have done to the wish of his Dad sir Alex Atleast I can smile again...because am happy.. Describe Ryan Ngige I mean Ryan Giggs with one word.! Glory Glory Manchester United
Well done to Ryan Giggs on getting his first win as manager of the Red Devils! Final score @ old trafford: Man Utd 4-0 Norwich Goals - Rooney (2) Mata (2)
And a victorious debut at Old Trafford for Ryan Giggs,the Manager!
Congretulations ! Ryan Giggs ^_^ ^_^ ^_^ First Match First Win ~~ You bring a new fresh breeze to Old Trafford !!! I'm so proud of you !!! Plz Keep the Team's Form like that ~~ Thank u xo Much for Manchester United !!!~ ^_^ ^_^ ^_^ ^_^
Ryan Giggs returning the Glory back to Old Trafford.
That's a special sight, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes & Nicky Butt in the dugout at Old Trafford.
Hmmm...!!...So Everton too say wetin...!!??...Dem wan play Champs League football...!!??...@ whose expense...!!??...Twea...!! Meanwhile what is all the noise about Old Trafford today...!!??...Ryan Giggs bcos...!!??...Excitement from Utd fans...about anoda chapter in the managerial musical chairs virus dat has afflicted Utd...!!??...Not even about a prospect of Europa League football mpo...!!??...Anokwa...let dem tickle demselves & laugh...after all...dat for sure is da only kind of entertainment available @ OT these days...!!...SMH...!!
KICK-OFF Ryan Giggs' reign as Man Utd interim boss is under way at Old Trafford. Can Norwich spoil his day?
Ryan Giggs walks out to rapturous applause at Old Trafford as Manchester United manager. The firm optimistic pride on his face while clapping and acknowledging the crowd. Goosebumps. Wow!
Actually excited to see Ryan Giggs walk onto Old Trafford as manager and fantastic to see Butt and Scholes there too. That reception for him is going to be incredible.
Happiness is. Ryan Giggs & the class of 92 in charge at Old Trafford! 👌 I'm going to start crying here I swear!! ❤️🙏
Well. Off to Old Trafford to watch Ryan Giggs's Manchester United! (never thought id say that!)
interim boss Ryan Giggs has arrived at Old Trafford with his players.
Manchester United interim manager Ryan Giggs admits he would love to restore the feelgood factor at Old Trafford after one of the most traumatic weeks in the club's history.
As Manchester United prepare to play their first game under new manager Ryan Giggs, Brian Glanville reflects on life at Old Trafford under Busby and Ferguson.
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The vigorous gum chewing Sir Alex Ferguson has done a Moyes again. The Manchester Utd confused demi god of handpicking managers has hand picked Ryan Giggs to be given the Manure Utd job permanently. The Old Trafford Moyes disgraced icon had this to say, “I think that he [Giggs] is the one man they should go to, really,” Ferguson said.“He’s got 20-odd years of experience at Manchester United. I signed him as a kid at 13 years of age. He’s gone through the gamut of emotions at the club – he’s experienced all the highs and lows. He knows exactly what’s needed to be a Manchester United player.”.Are Man Utd fans still taking cheap bubble gum advise from the 'Gum Chewing one'.Asazi. Man Utd What a Fergie gum chewing circus.So what if u signed him as a 13 year old, Does that mean longevity translates to a futbol brain loool at Fergie n his bushy referrals..
What is the Manchester United Way? An explanation. By Simon Stone BBC Sport It is one of the major reasons why David Moyes is said to have lost his job and Ryan Giggs says he wants to bring it back over the remaining four games of the season. "It is my philosophy and it is Manchester United's philosophy," said the Welshman when he spoke to the media on Friday. But what is this mystical "Manchester United Way", which has the power to make or break managers? Speaking to Bobby Charlton upon the player's arrival at Old Trafford as a raw 15-year-old, United manager Sir Matt Busby encapsulated the essence of an attitude that pervades around Old Trafford to this day. Matt Busby with Bobby Charlton "All those lads you see going to the factory in Trafford Park, they come to watch you on Saturday," Busby told Charlton. "They have boring jobs, so you have to give them something they will enjoy." It cannot always be that way, of course. For the 6-2 win against Arsenal that United achieved on 9 February 1957, there wa ...
Good Morning everyone,its match day as Manchester United takes on Norwich at Old Trafford at 7.30 local time.its a new regime,a new dynasity,Ryan Giggs first game as a Manager. Feel free and predict the score...
Ryan Giggs will bid to revive Manchester United's battered spirits as the Old Trafford icon takes charge against Norwich on Saturday following the abrupt end to David Moyes' disastrous...
Ryan: Giggs: Man Utd role has echoes of Pep Guardiola - Bruce Ryan Giggs could succeed as Manchester United manager in the same way as Pep Guardiola thrived at Barcelona, says Old Trafford stalwart Steve Bruce.
He may be gone from Old Trafford but the shadow of David Moyes still looms large, it would seem. At Ryan Giggs' first press conference this morning as manager of Manchester United...
OPPOSITION VIEW Speaking in his first press conference as Manchester United manager, Ryan Giggs said that he expects Old Trafford to be 'bouncing' for tomorrow's clash with
Ryan Giggs joked his first act as Manchester United manager would be to give himself a five-year contract. The interim Old Trafford boss will still hold playing duties, with Saturday's hosting of Norwich his first test.
goodbye Sir David Moyes (I feel sorry for him) On the bright side, u'll get some break from the the pressure and that my boys Evra and Van Persie will get to stay a little longer( am told u had fallen out with them) However I don't think the interim managers Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt can do the job any better. I therefore appeal to Ed Woodward to do whatever it takes to bring Pep Guardiola to the Old Trafford.
Manchester United Gossip David Moyes's reign as Manchester United manager will have been worth £7m to the Scot in wages and compensation once his settlement is finalised. Moyes is said to feel let down by his predecessor at United Sir Alex Ferguson, who he thinks failed to support him enough in the latter stages of his tenure at Old Trafford. But Ferguson has told a charity lunch he was unhappy with the way the club handled the dismissal of his successor. Ferguson interrupted Ryan Giggs's first training session with a phone call of support for the United interim boss. Juventus boss Antonio Conte has emerged as a contender for the post of United manager.
We'll lets see what Saturday brings at Old Trafford. Probably win about 6-0,!!! Ryan giggs Ryan giggs running down the wing !
As Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes returns to the club's training ground to help caretaker manager Ryan Giggs, fans hopes have been raised that the Class of 92 could provide the light at the end of the Old Trafford tunnel, says Mark Ogden
Fergie to help manager’s selection process.. Sir Alex Ferguson will have a say in deciding which manager should replace David Moyes at Old Trafford, after the Former Everton manager was specifically appointed on his advice, only to fail miserably and being sacked just 10 months into his United career. Since Moyes was relieved of his duties yesterday, two managers have already ruled themselves out of the running, with Pep Guardiola stating that he’s determined to remain at Bayern Munich for at least another two seasons, while Jurgen Klopp, who would have been the perfect choice for United, has made clear he has no intentions of leaving Dortmund. Ryan Giggs will probably make an excellent interim manager and he’d be the romantics’ choice ahead of next season, but United have made clear that his lack of experience means he will not be considered for the manager job, though he’s more than likely he’ll be heavily involved with the coaching staff. The pool of high-profile managers from which United ...
Never, ever, ever underestimate Ryan Giggs. All the talk is of experienced, charismatic European managers to succeed David Moyes as the manager of Manchester United, men such as Jurgen Klopp, but at some point at Old Trafford, Giggs will be manager. It is his destiny. He has worked *** his Pro-L…
Manchester United manager David Moyes is sacked after only 10 months, with Ryan Giggs taking temporary charge at Old Trafford.
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*** New Flash *** New Manchester United Coach Ryan Giggs has informed Players he wants to bring back the fear factor to Old Trafford so he has demanded the Phone numbers of every Players Wife and sisters!
The bookies favorites to replace David Moyes at Old Trafford: Jurgen Klopp, Louis Van Gaal, Ryan Giggs, Sir Alex Ferguson! Who do you want as the next Man United boss? ? l say give the job to Ryan Giggs or Eric Cantona! !!
Ryan Giggs now a player-coach in his 24th season at Old Trafford, is the bookmakers' favourite to take over at the club.
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs could replace David Moyes as manager at Old Trafford, according to David McDonnell. It’s being reported the Red Devils are set to sack their Scottish boss after just nine months in charge in the north west following a torrid season which sees them sitting seventh…
David Moyes almost likely to depart Old Trafford this week, with Ryan Giggs expected to take over temporarily beginning with this weekend game against Norwich.
Breaking News. David Moyes is on the brink of being sacked by Manchester Utd. . Reports coming from Old Trafford has it that Ryan Giggs will take over as interim manager until they appoint a successor in the summer.
More than 23 years since he made his first-team debut, Manchester United’s greatest ever player is likely to be entering his final month at Old Trafford. After featuring in 962 competitive first-team games (with friendlies it’s well over 1,000), Ryan Giggs, 40, is out of contract at the end of the season. Sir Bobby Charlton’s 758-game appearance record for Manchester United was long considered insurmountable but Giggs passed that mark more than five years ago in Moscow, when he won his second European Cup with United. Giggs has played 190 more games than the combined appearance total of United legends Eric Cantona, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic. Cantona was more decisive during his time at Old Trafford, while George Best might have been a more talented footballer and Denis Law the “King of the Stretford End,” but Giggs has had many moments that will likely be highlighted when he hangs up his boots. A home-drawn “Giggs ties Forest in Notts” flag at the 1992 League Cup final, for example ...
Jesse Lingard: "Growing up at United, Ryan Giggs is my hero. He is one of those flair players that excites fans. I like players who run at people and dribbling is one of my main attributes," "I'll go back to Old Trafford with sky-high confidence. "
Moyes’ accidental Kagawa master-stroke and its effect on Bayern Munich Vincent Ralph22 hours ago 30 22 8 0 David Moyes was forced to bring on Shinji Kagawa earlier than expected for Manchester United on Tuesday, but it worked brilliantly. £25 free bet with WINNER: Bet on Man Utd to win Four wins from four matches – that was Shinji Kagawa’s outstanding record against Bayern Munich during his time at Borussia Dortmund. But when the German champions came to Old Trafford, the Japanese play-maker found himself back on the bench, much to the annoyance of a portion of Manchester United fans. But following an injury to the evergreen Ryan Giggs, Kagawa found his way on to the pitch perhaps earlier than David Moyes would have envisaged, only to have an impact that should not be understated. The sight of Kagawa standing on the side-lines ready to take to the field would have had an unnerving effect on some of those Bayern players who knew what he was capable of. After all, here was the player who had set up g ...
Manchester United veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs hints this could be his last season at Old Trafford as a playe...
Rio Ferdinand was drafted into Manchester United's defence for the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal against holders Bayern Munich on Tuesday due to an injury to right-back Rafael. Rafael was ruled out with a thigh injury, meaning that Phil Jones shuffled along from centre-back to fill in at right-back and Ferdinand returned to the side in central defence alongside Nemanja Vidic. With Patrice Evra suspended, Alexander Buttner was named at left-back, while manager David Moyes elected to name a central midfield trio of Michael Carrick, Marouane Fellaini and Ryan Giggs. In all there were five changes to the team that beat Aston Villa 4-1 on Saturday, with Ferdinand, Carrick, Giggs, Antonio Valencia and Danny Welbeck the players coming in. Bayern coach Pep Guardiola was also obliged to make adjustments to his defence at Old Trafford, with Javi Martinez coming in at centre-back for the suspended Dante. With Thiago Alcantara absent after damaging knee ligaments in Saturday's 3-3 draw with Hoffenh ...
Ryan Giggs before the game said we're Man United at old Trafford we'll have a go , well doesn't he look stupid I think he meant we'll put 11 behind the ball and pray that was ridiculous
Ryan Giggs says Manchester United do not consider themselves to be underdogs for Tuesdays Champions League quarter-final first leg against Bayern Munich at Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs, the now 40-year-old Player-coach at Old Trafford remain confident that Man U will beat Bayern as they meet tomorrow in UEFA CHAMPS. That's what great minds do. Always confident. Go MAN U at least you will have my support too!
MY Manchester United AFFAIR JEJE PETER My name is JEJE PETER I am incurable foot ball fanatic and a supporter of MACHESTER UNITED. I want to discuss my love affairs with Red Devils: Yes am a crazy fan of Man U. my best color is actually red. I love red. Then I have a very good friend by name NIYI who happens to be a Man U fan. He is so fanatic about football that he even goes to viewing centres to watch matches outside when there is no light at home. I often followed him, because we are that close. He is like a BROTHER. With that I just fell in love with the club. Then I had this guy, a friend who used to go as far as Old Trafford to watch a match. And whenever he is coming back, he will buy me kits of Man U either the jersey or the muffler or key holder. He even bought me a perfume with Manchester United on it. Right now, it’s like I am addicted to the club. For good or bad, I am with Man U. Whether we are winning or losing, I am a loyal fan of the club. I stick to Man U for all weather. I am a C ...
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At last someone at Old Trafford says the right thing. Ryan Giggs "we don't see ourselves as underdogs, we're Manchester United
Manchester United legends Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt have bought over Salford City FC, subject to FA and Football League approval. The quintet all have strong ties with the Evo-Stik League Division One North outfit and confirmed their intentions to purchase the club, with the deal expected to go through after the end of the current campaign. The group had initially been tipped with a potential multi-billion pound takeover of Old Trafford, although that turned out to be nothing more than conjecture. Gary Neville said: "I had my first trial for Manchester United in Salford at age 11 and I will never forget how important that was to me. "Salford City FC to me represents those early years, the commitment, hunger, enthusiasm, desire and spirit of football and I am very excited about this venture." Scholes said: "We know it will be tough but we will be committed to this from the start and have some very exciting plans going forward." Butt said: "Moor Lane's sporting heri ...
Interesting article in The Guardian: Football fans everywhere love a good conspiracy theory, so here are the beginnings of one over which to chew (warning: may be half-baked). The reclusive Paul Scholes, a good friend of Ryan Giggs who appears to have been marginalised as both a player and coach by David Moyes, makes a surprise appearance on Sky Sports to help analyse a Manchester derby. With the kind of ruthless no-frills precision that marked out his passing as a player, he takes a scalpel to his former team's many shortcomings under the post-Ferguson regime: lack of pace and penetration, questionable selections, underperforming big-name purchases, a manager that still doesn't know his best side. In mitigation, Scholes cites extenuating circumstances and says the club has "got to stand by" Moyes, but the tacit criticism is clear. Another grenade sent rolling into a dressing room rumoured to be approaching the brink of mutiny, perfectly weighted by one of United's respected players, not only of recent ye ...
Today's Football Gossip Arsenal are targeting Toulouse right-back Serge Aurier, 21, as a replacement for Bacary Sagna whose contract expires in June. Manchester United are in advanced talks with Everton over the signing of full-back Seamus Coleman. Joe Hart could be on his way out of Manchester City with manager Manuel Pellegrini ready to move for Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes. And finally. David Moyes has labelled 40-year-old midfielder Ryan Giggs "a freak" after he helped Manchester United overturn a two-goal first leg deficit to win 3-2 on aggregate in the Champions League against Olympiakos at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
Champions League : Van Persie hat-trick fires Manchester United into quarter-finals Van Persie Robin Van Persie scored a rousing hat-trick as Manchester United booked their place in the Champions League last eight with a breathless 3-0 win over Olympiacos at Old Trafford. David Moyes' side had trailed 2-0 from the first leg in Athens three weeks ago, but produced a stirring comeback with Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Ryan Giggs and goalkeeper David De Gea returning to the levels of form that led United to the Premier League crown last season. Van Persie slammed a penalty into the net for the opening goal on 25 minutes before he tucked a Rooney pass beyond visiting goalkeeper Roberto for the second goal a minute into added time in the first period after a lovely ball over the top by Giggs to find Rooney. The Dutch forward added number three and the winning goal six minutes into the second half when he lifted a free-kick over the Greek side's wall and into the net with Roberto left dismally out of position. Oly ...
Robin Van Persie's hat-trick lifted the gloom surrounding Manchester United and manager David Moyes as the English side beat Olympiakos Piraeus 3-0 to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit and reach the Champions League quarterfinals on Wednesday. United, mounting a dismal defence of their Premier League title in Moyes's first campaign since replacing Alex Ferguson, kept alive their last remaining hope of lifting a trophy this season. Asked to show character by their manager, United responded with Van Persie showing a clinical edge that has been missing of late while the recalled Ryan Giggs was also instrumental on his first start since late January. Van Persie began the Old Trafford comeback with a 25th-minute penalty, awarded after he had been shoved in the back by Jose Holebas. The Dutchman levelled the tie on aggregate in first- half stoppage time, steering in Wayne Rooney's cross and Van Persie completed his hat-trick with a free kick six minutes after the break that left Olympiakos keeper Roberto rooted ...
Robin Van Persie & RYAN GIGGS THROW David Moyes A Manchester United LIFELINE A 3-0 comeback against Olympiakos does not solve all of the Red Devils' problems at once but a rediscovered conviction is the best thing the players could have given their boss. In a week in which reports of player unrest have been at their most frequent, Manchester United could hardly have wanted anyone more than Robin Van Persie to step up and push them into the Champions League quarter-finals. He was not the only man to show his worth; Wayne Rooney, David De Gea, Danny Welbeck and Antonio Valencia (playing with essentially just one eye) all played their part in getting Old Trafford roaring, as particularly did Ryan Giggs, whose decisive passing quality brought about the first two goals. But, after a difficult season thus far - gripes and struggles both private and awkwardly public, with some even calling for him to be dropped for the game - a marquee match for the man whose goals carried an already fading United side to their ...
Manchester United edges through to UCL quarter finals. It was a nerve twitching final moments at Old Trafford, but the home team held on for a victory whose significance in seeing United observe a right of passage to the quarters, rivals that in defining United's season...and possibly Moyes' future. RVP came alive to earn his first UCL hat trick, but the virtuoso performance of Wayne Rooney and ever green Ryan Giggs, and the guile and athleticism of De Gea did just enough to keep the recently crowned Greek champions at bay. It was a game captain Patrice Evra, and late substitute Ashley Young had a particularly poor show. This must be a much needed balm to soothe the aching nerves of United faithfuls. It was a night United's pedigree carried them through. This victory must be cherished, but United struggled in crucial areas of the game. That Ryan Giggs, at 40 is United's best central midfielder tells just the parlous state of affairs at United. Issues would surely arise when they meet the European super .. ...
Ryan Giggs insists that he has not fallen out with David Moyes.
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Man Untd turmoil as Ryan Giggs is dubbed 'the ghost of Old Trafford'
They've got Curly Watts as a celebrity fan. They've got the widest pitch, in the land. They've got the tallest corner flags in the world. They've got the greenest grass in the whole of the world. They've got the biggest bananas in the land. You can see Old Trafford from the Kippax Stand. They had Ryan Giggs on schoolboy forms. They had Colin Bell who was better than Best. They bought Steve Daley for a million quid. They tried to sign Geoff Thomas and he turned 'em down. They won the Shamrock Trophy in '92. They've got Bernard Manning as their fattest fan. They used to be Little, but now they're Large. They've got salt and pepper on their hot dog stands. They've got four different stands from a Meccano kit. They've got exec boxes with a balcony. They had a chairman and a manager that wore a wig. They've got the Gallagher brothers in the Guvenors. They invade their pitch when they win 3 points. They do a lap of honour when they win the toss. They sing racist chants cos they've got no class. city are a MASSI ...
"Manchester Utd fans have been spoilt by success for so long that a spell in the real world will do them absolutely no harm whatsoever. The majority of supporters who pay their money at the Old Trafford ticket office have given David Moyes their full backing in the difficult days since succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson but I've of the number of times I've turned on the television or radio to hear Mr Angry Red from the well known Manchester suburb of London having a go at the bloke who's taken on the task of replacing the irreplaceable. Those people need bringing back down to planet Earth. The success that Fergie delivered over the course of a quarter of a century could not continue indefinitely. Replacing Paul Scholes was a big ask. Ryan Giggs, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra and Nemanja Vidic have all got a year older. This was always going to be a season of transition but that change has been impossible to manage because of injuries to both Rooney and RVP who carried Utd to the title last season. Moysie has move ...
Five things Moyes should work on in Dubai with Manchester United. 1) Defensive Focus Manchester United conceded a number of late goals this term – goals that have cost them points and goals that may end up costing them European football if they don’t improve their defensive focus, especially in the late stages of games. The Red Devils have conceded the highest percentage of their goals in the period between 70 minutes and full time (24%) – there must be attention paid to concentration, fitness, shape and team defending. 2) Attacking Crosses Meanwhile, the reigning champions’ 2-2 draw with Fulham at Old Trafford last weekend saw the Red Devils put in 81 crosses with just 12 of them being met by a teammate. Whilst Moyes’ tactics have been criticized in the week since, there is nothing wrong with crossing – it was one of Sir Alex Ferguson’s best weapons in the days of David Beckham, Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs. Back in those days, however, United had players like Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole and Ruu ...
List of Manchester United F.C. records and statistics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A photograph of a man with dark hair and a focused expression on his face, wearing a red shirt and white shorts. Ryan Giggs, Manchester United's record appearance maker Manchester United Football Club is an English professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester. The club was founded as Newton Heath LYR F.C. in 1878 and turned professional in 1885, before joining the Football League in 1892. After a brush with bankruptcy in 1901, the club reformed as Manchester United in 1902. Manchester United currently play in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. They have not been out of the top tier since 1975, and they have never been lower than the second tier.[1] They have also been involved in European football ever since they became the first English club to enter the European Cup in 1956.[2] This list encompasses the major honours won by Manchester United and records set by the club, ...
This Sunday we face Swansea City in the FA Cup in part one of a rare home double- header, where the Welsh side will also be our next opponents at Old Trafford. Cup draws have occasionally seen the same visitors head to M16 for consecutive league and cup meetings, and the Reds have a good record in such encounters. Wimbledon carved out a draw in the fourth round of the FA Cup on 25 January 1997, when Robbie Earle equalised in the 90th minute just seconds after Paul Scholes had put United ahead. Four days later, goals from Ryan Giggs and Andy Cole overturned a second-half opener from Chris Perry to hand the Reds a 2-1 win in the league. A decade later, Aston Villa pitched up at the Theatre of Dreams twice inside a week but headed back south down the M6 having lost on each occasion. On 7 January, Milan Baros cancelled out Henrik Larsson’s opener, but a last-gasp winner from supersub Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saw the Reds into the hat for the FA Cup fourth round. Less than a week later on, goals from Ji- sung Pa ...
David Moyes challenges new wave of Manchester United youngsters to oust senior stars at Old Trafford The new Manchester United boss has offered his strongest signal of intent yet, by unveiling his plans to create a vibrant new side based on the energy and urgency of youth. Moyes has shown he is ready to back his strong words with incisive deeds by reducing the average age of the United team to just 24 in recent weeks. The Scots boss hasn’t been afraid to take on his veteran players with the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Ryan Giggs slowly being phased out. And that process has been hastened by injuries to Robin Van Persie, Michael Carrick and Nani, leaving the manager to reveal his plans to allow the kids to herald a bright new Old Trafford dawn. “You have to protect them of course but there’s also part of you that has to say to the youngsters: ‘Stand up and show us what you can do, you’ve been given the opportunity’,” Moyes explained. “Over the years when I look back at the histor ...
Keane hits out at Fergie 10 December By Matt Barlow Roy Keane has reignited his war of words with Sir Alex Ferguson with a withering series of remarks about the Former Manchester United boss. Keane opens up on his bitter exit from Old Trafford and the breakdown of his relationship with Ferguson in an ITV documentary to be screened tonight. He talks of Fergie’s methods of ‘power and control’ and his ‘massive ego’, hails Brian Clough as ‘without a doubt’ the best manager he worked for and omits Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville when choosing the finest United team from his former team-mates. Keane brands Neville ‘the weakest link’ and, in reference to Giggs, says: ‘Having a great career doesn’t mean you’re a great player.’ Included in his team instead of Fergie’s favourites are rebels who fell out with the Former United manager, including Jaap Stam, Paul Ince, David Beckham and Ruud Van Nistelrooy. ‘You don’t win league titles by having choirboys in your dressing room ...
The last time won at Old Trafford, John Tudor and Stuart Barraclough were on the scoresheet and Ryan Giggs was an unused sub
Ryan Giggs has demanded a quick response after the 1-0 defeat to Everton at Old Trafford "We can't feel sorry for ourselves for too long. We have a home game against Newcastle on Saturday and hopefully we will get a different result. "We were on a pretty good run. We just have to get over this disappointment now and get on another. "The gap is bridgeable," added the Welshman. "Hopefully we can start picking up points again but we will get a better idea come the new year. We have had a few disappointing results over the last couple of weeks. "The performances haven't been that bad. Maybe we are just not getting the rub of the green or taking our chances when we should. "It is the story of a few games this season. When we have been on top we have not taken our chances. "If you do that in this league you are going to get punished."
David Beckham said he expects his mother to cry when she watches a film about his time at Manchester United. The former England captain contributed to a feature-length documentary which focuses on the Old Trafford side's youth players from 1992. The film examines the difficult period in Beckham's life after he was sent off at the 1998 World Cup. Speaking at the premiere of The Class of 92 at London's Leicester Square, he said: "There will be a few tears in there from my mum I'm sure." Beckham attended the event with his wife, Victoria, and their three sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz. The documentary covers the period from 1992 to 1999 when Beckham and his team-mates Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs and Phil and Gary Neville rose up through the squad to achieve top level success. He explained how much he valued the support of his fellow players when he faced tough periods in his career. "I think that is part of history," the 38-year-old said. "It's the same for all of us six. There were good times, there ...
INSTAGRAM Birthday boy Ryan Giggs has been keeping us on the edge of our seats at Old Trafford since 1991.
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