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Award victory for Ferguson and Giggs

Award victory for Ferguson and Giggs

Manchester United are celebrating a double victory in the 'Something of the Month' awards.

Sir Alex Ferguson, who at the start of the season highlighted the importance of a good start, has lead United to an unbeaten run of 3 games (so far, long may it continue!) In this time we've scored 10 and conceded just the two goals.

Giggs, 33 has put in some fantastic performances for United and capped this with an impressive match for his country against Brazil.

A useless, yet surprising fact for you. This is the first time that Giggs has ever won this award, despite being an awesome player for club and country for many years.

I must say though, go search for pictures of the pair with the award. I'm not sure it's really worth winning other than in name only. What a silly looking trophy!


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Date:Friday September 8 2006
Time: 8:40PM

Comments

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Let the winning streak continue I say!
Salford Red
08/09/2006 20:45:00
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How is it possible that Ryan Giggs had never won the Player of the Month award before? I know he's not the most consistent professional by any means but he surely had had four consecutive good games before? Anyway, congratulations!
midlothian99
10/09/2006 18:50:00
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giggs has impressed me alot lately hes still old and still performing. hes manchester uniteds bergkamp for reall
abdleb
11/09/2006 20:05:00
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well deserved esp giggs he hasent won that in ages has he
green giant 12
12/09/2006 00:35:00
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did giggs get the award for going a whole month without injury!!!!
dazza71
19/09/2006 17:22:00
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