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Looks Like Giggs Will Go On Forever

Ryan Giggs will get another one-year contract extension so he'll stay at Manchester United despite stories of impending retirement or a final season at Cardiff City.

Giggs' current contract expires at the end of the season and the 35-year-old Welsh legend revealed after the Chelsea game that the club had not contacted him yet. Now he's got the promise so he knows he can sign soon.

At the start of every season in the last three years we kept hearing that this might be Ryan's last. It now makes me think that he might go on forever. You know, some cybernetic limbs, lungs and heart and he'll be just fine out there. I wouldn't mind!




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 25 2009

Time: 8:16PM

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He deserves everything good that comes his way,after all the happiness he has given to the fans for the past 16 to 18yrs.Keep it going Giggsy.
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