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Monday, 19 January 2009

Ryan Giggs: From The 'Fledglings To Moscow And Beyond

Two years ago I was foolish enough to make the suggestion that Ryan Giggs might like to consider retirement as an option. That he was too slow, his dribbling skills and his endurance had left him, he was finished as we had younger players who could do his job.

Since then he scored the winner against Wigan last year to secure the Premier League win for Manchester United. He then scored the winning penalty in Moscow against Chel$ki to secure the Champions League.

Last week against Chel$ki again, he was immense, he was awesome and add to this a further 100 superlatives. HE OWNED CHELSEA BIG TIME.

So I apologise Mr Giggs, even at his age he has a lot more to offer than players 12 years younger than him.

Micheal Carrick said of him recently:

Ryan is as motivated as anyone in the dressing room, that is why he has been here for so long and achieved so much. If you win a league title, a lot of players might think 'that is not bad, I will settle for that.' But you can't get away with that here and Ryan is the obvious example of that.

"As players coming in you look at Ryan, see how motivated and determined he is and realise that is the way to be. He commands the respect of everyone in the dressing room. People look up to him. It is not so much asking his advice, it is to see what it takes to be a success in the game."

How much longer can he go on?

I'm saying nothing this time......Back To Home Page...Bookmark and Share

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