|Ryan Giggs after scoring the FA drama in 1999|
Ryan Giggs is no doubt a Manchester United legend. Starting as manchester united player Giggs now join the manchester united coaching staffs as Louis van Gaal assistant manager. Ryan is also the only class of 92 left in manchester united coaching staffs after Nicky Butt, Phil Neville, and Paul Scholes not being use by the new manager. Giggs decided to end his career as player in the end of 2013/2015 season and begin his new career as manchester united coach, as interim manager, replacing the sacked David Moyes.
|Man United Assistant Manager – Ryan Giggs|
Ryan Giggs Joins Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson came personally to persuade young Ryan Giggs to join Manchester United in his teens. Ryan begins his professional career at United in November 1990. A year later Giggs made his debut in Division One at home against Everton. Ryan Giggs won his first trophy as manchester united player that year. Years after that Giggs and manchester united always collected major trophies either in Europe or in domestic competition and since then Manchester United and Ryan Giggs were crafting their own legend.
Ryan Giggs and His Record with Manchester United
Ryan Giggs broke manchester united’s club record of most player appearance and surpasses Sir Bobby Charlton with record of playing 758 matches. The record breaking also became more memorable after Manchester United won their second Champion League Cup trophy in Moskow after defeating Chealsea in penalty shoot out.