Ryan Giggs

Where is Ryan Giggs now?

A glittering 24 year playing career with Manchester United where he amassed an incredible 35 winners medals finally ended in May 2014 when Ryan Giggs officially retired from playing.

Whilst still a registered player, Ryan Giggs started the 2013-14 season as one of new manager David Moyes’ coaching staff combining the role with his playing duties.

When Moyes was sacked after a terrible season by the club’s standards, Giggs stepped in as caretaker manager for the remaining four games.




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When Louis Van Gaal was announced as the new manager in May 2014, the club appointed Ryan Giggs as assistant manager.

Giggs also co-owns Salford City FC with some of the ‘Class of 92’ and is a partner with Gary Neville in the successful Cafe Football in London and Hotel Football in Manchester.

In October 2015 Ryan Giggs, along with Gary Neville, was inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame, according to their website, ‘aims to celebrate and highlight the achievements of the all-time top talents to grace the game in England’.

In June 2016, Giggs made his debut as a pundit and match analyst for ITV’s coverage of Euro 2016.

He also announced in the same month that he would end his 29-year association with Manchester United after the club appointed Jose Mourinho as manager.

The reason that Giggs left Old Trafford was because he felt that is was time for a new chapter and a new challenge in his life.

In July 2016, Ryan Giggs made a brief return to football to play in the inaugural 10 day Indian Premier Futsal league as one of their marquee players.

Giggs’ Mumbai 5’s team did exceptionally well and won the tournament on penalties, adding another trophy to his already bulging trophy cabinet.

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Ryan Giggs: Premier League Statistics

NationalityWelsh
PositionMidfielder
Appearances632
Goals109
Yellow Cards36
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forManchester United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com