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Ryan Joseph Giggs was born on November 29, 1973 in Cardiff, Wales.
Ryan’s father is Danny Wilson, a well-known rugby player in the past, and his mother is Lynn Giggs. I finished school in Pindleberry (Wales). He speaks English with a Welsh accent. His father is from Sierra Leone, and Giggs was always proud of his “mixed” origins.
The debut of the Welshman in the Manchester United was held in 1991 in a meeting with Everton, when Giggs came on as a substitute. From next season, Ryan played already in the main part of “United”. Ryan Giggs – the most titled football player in the current lineup of Manchester United. May 21, 2008 in the Champions League final in Moscow, the Welshman surpassed Bobby Charlton’s record in the number of games played in the Red Devils, playing his 759th game for Manchester United; he also owns a record for the number of club trophies won by one player – 29. Giggs is a 10-time champion of England, 4 times winner of the FA Cup, 2 times winner of the League Cup, 7-time winner of the Super Bowl of England, 2-time winner of the Champions League , the owner of the UEFA Super Cup and the Intercontinental Cup and the winner of the Club World Cup.
At the time of his debut with Wales in 1991, Giggs was only 17 years old. He was the youngest player to represent his country at the highest level. In 2004, he became the captain of the national team.
Twice in a row (in 1992 and 1993), Giggs was recognized as the best young player in the Premier League football version – an accomplishment, then repeated by Robbie Fowler and Wayne Rooney. He owns a number of other records, including the fastest goal of Manchester United (at 15 seconds), scored in November 1995 in a game against Southampton, the largest number of goals scored by non-strikers in the Premier League. Giggs also scored the biggest goal in the history of Manchester United on the results of the fans’ vote, which he scored in the FA Cup semi-final in 1999 with Arsenal: in extra time, the mankunians remained ten men, but the Giggs slalom, in which he led four defenders (Lee Dixon twice), left the “Gunners” with nothing.
Toward the end of the 90’s, Gigg’s popularity in the country went down, but this did not affect his game. In an outstanding season for the “United” season-1998/99, he took an active part in the achievement of all the titles of the team. In particular, he scored a goal in the last minutes of the Champions League semifinal match against Juventus, and gave the transfer to Sheringham, who equalized the score on the 91st minute of the final game with Bayern Munich.
In the “United” Welshman is playing under the 11th number and is the vice-captain.
In 2007 he was awarded the title of officer of the Order of the British Empire. The Order was presented to Giggs on December 11, 2007 at a solemn ceremony in Buckingham Palace from the hands of Queen Elizabeth II.
May 21, 2008 Giggs held his 759th official match for Manchester United, beating, thus, the club record of Bobby Charlton. This match was the final of the Champions League 2008 against Chelsea in Moscow. On this day, Ryan Giggs scored a penalty to the Chelsea goal, which proved crucial, because Ryan’s teammate, Edwin Van der Sar, repulsed the next blow of the Chelsea player Nicolas Anelka and Manchester United won the 2008 UEFA Champions League.
On February 12, 2009, he extended the contract with Manchester United for another year, confessing that he is in the best shape and wants to achieve even greater success.
December 13, Giggs was named the best sportsman in 2009 by the BBC, ahead of such serious competitors as the champion of “Formula 1” Jenson Button and Jessica Ennis (Britain’s best athlete, world champion in the heptathlon).
On December 8, 2010, a meeting took place with Valencia, which became the 121st for Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs in the Champions League. Thus, he bypassed the Brazilian Roberto Carlos. Now the Welshman is in second place in the number of matches in the Champions League, second only to the Spaniard Raul, who has 136 matches.
January 16, 2011 match of the 23rd round of the championship of England with “Tottenham” was for Giggs 600-m in the “red devils.”
On February 1, 2011, as a result of six weeks of voting, organized by the official magazine of the club, fans of Manchester United chose the greatest player in the history of the club. The poll started on the pages of Inside United in December 2010 and ended in mid-January. In addition, voting was conducted through the club page on Facebook. Following the vote, the greatest player of the club was midfielder Ryan Giggs. Giggs, already the most successful player in terms of statistics for the United player, owns a record for the number of matches played for the club.
March 6, 2011 match against Liverpool was for Giggs 607th in the championship of England. This allowed Ryan to beat Bobby Charlton’s record, which has 606 matches in the English league with Manchester United.
April 6, 2011 on the field in the first quarterfinal match of the Champions League with Chelsea, Welsh midfielder Ryan Giggs became the oldest field player, Manchester United, who played for the mankunians in the Champions League. Giggs came out on the field at the age of 37 years 128 days. Earlier this record belonged to Laurent Blanc, who played for Manchester United in the Champions League at the age of 37 years 119 days – this happened on March 18, 2003.
After a successful guest game 1/2 of the Champions League, where “MJ” won the “Schalke 04” 0: 2, and Ryan Giggs scored the winning goal, the “red devils” lost the final of the tournament to the Spanish “Barcelona”.
On March 5, 2013, the return match of the 1/8 finals of the Champions League was held between Manchester United and Real Madrid, which became the 1000th in the professional career of Ryan Giggs.
In April of the same year, “Manchester United” was able to win the 20th title of the champion of England. For Giggs, it became the 13th championship. Shortly after the end of this Premier League draw, it became known that Giggs will be the assistant to the new coach of “MU” – David Moyes, who replaced the retired sergeant Alex Ferguson.
In the spring of 2014, Giggs set the Champions League record for the number of games played – 152 games, becoming the first player to do it.
At the end of the 2013/14 season, David Moyes resigned, and Ryan Giggs was appointed acting head coach of Manchester United.

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