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Getting to Know - Ryan Giggs

Getting to Know - Ryan Giggs
A series where we, as the title suggest; get to know those within the Manchester United camp.

Name - Ryan Joseph Giggs

Date of Birth - 29th November 1973

Place of Birth - Cardiff, Wales

Position - Midfielder

Height - 1.79m (5 ft 10 in)

Youth Career -
1985-1987 - Manchester City
1987-1990- Manchester United

Senior Career -
1990-2014 - Manchester United

International Career -
1989- England Schoolboys
1989 - Wales U18
1991 - Wales U21
1991-2007 - Wales
2012 - Great Britain

Interesting Facts -
1 - Giggs is now the assistant manager of Manchester United following his illustrious career with the club.

2 - Giggs holds the club record for the amount of competitive appearances, which was 672 games.

3 - During his time with Manchester United, Giggs has won 13 Premier League medals, three League Cup medals, four FA Cup medals and two Champions League medals, to name a few.

4 - Giggs was the first player in the history of its existence to win two consecutive PFA Young Player of the Year awards in 1992 and 1993.

5 - Giggs was appointed an OBE in the Queen`s 2007 Birthday Honours List.

Writer:Charlie Bacchus
Date:Tuesday September 8 2015
Time: 2:25PM

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