Ryan Giggs, OBE – born 29 November 1973 – is a Welsh football coach and former player who is the co-owner of Salford City.
He currently serves as a pundit for ITV’s football coverage, including their International coverage of England.
Giggs is the most decorated player in football history, and played his entire professional career for Manchester United.
During his time at United, he won 13 Premier League winner’s medals, four FA Cup winner’s medals, three League Cup winner’s medals, two UEFA Champions League winner’s medals, a FIFA Club World Cup winners medal, an Intercontinental Cup winner’s medal, a UEFA Super Cup winner’s medal and nine FA Community Shield winner’s medals.
Giggs captained the team on numerous occasions, particularly in the 2007–08 season when regular captain Gary Neville was ruled out with various injuries.
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