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Giggs Set To Sign New Contract

Ryan Giggs will stay at Manchester United for at least another season. Sir Alex Ferguson had confirmed earlier that the club would offer a new deal to the Welsh Wizard whose brilliant goal settled a hard-fought contest at West Ham on Sunday. Now the player himself has revealed that he is ready to sign the contract.

'I won't be retiring. There's no truth in these stories. I'm enjoying football more than ever,' he told the Daily Mirror.

'I'm in talks on a new contract and hopefully I will sign it soon.

'Things couldn't be better. I'm playing with a very talented group of players and the spirit in the dressing room has never been so good.

'It's my intention to carry on playing for the club beyond this season.'





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The Journalist

Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 12 2009

Time: 9:55AM

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deserves it IMO
Patrick Bateman
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12/02/2009 10:34:00

Definitely but he's quite inconsistent and next season might be one year too much for him. We'll see though.
Zae
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13/02/2009 18:11:00

 

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