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The Secret Of Ryan Giggs

The Secret Of Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs revealed what is the key of his longevity on the top level: and it is not very difficult.

'It takes hard work and a lot of dedication. You've got to have a lot of talent and longevity.

'Eat the right foods; don't go out partying and drinking - listen to your coaches and always maintain that same hunger even when you become successful.'


A few methods would not go amiss about how you should do this last thing... but never mind. Giggs also insists that you've got to have a 'carpe diem' philosophy in football.

'In most cases in sport you live a short career so you have to make the most of it while you can.'

'I remember when I was 11 years old, playing for my local team Salford Boys and they had an A and a B team; I didn't get picked for the A team and had to make do with the B team.

'So I was determined to prove them wrong. I scored six goals and earned my place in the A team.'



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Monday October 6 2008
Time: 8:02PM

Comments

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Well there you go. Up and comers should take good note from that. He is a true class professional!
ForeverUnited
07/10/2008 03:14:00
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he is a united legend he's been there since he was 17 and he scored that class goal in the fa cup semi-final replay against arsenal in the 1998/1999 season when united won the treble, he is in my top 40 favourite players he is a united legend and a wales legend m.u.f.c. 4 ever!
matth01
10/10/2008 14:44:00
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