Ryan Giggs is undoubtedly one of the greatest players in the illustrious history of Manchester United.
The 46-year-old was a major part of the hugely successful era of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
Giggs came through the ranks at Manchester United alongside the likes of Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville, David Beckham and Phil Neville.
They were known as the class of ’92 as the Manchester United Academy graduates went on to play a big role in the several trophies won by the Red Devils under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ryan Giggs is the most decorated player in the history of the Premier League with 13 titles.
The Welsh national team manager was a part of every Premier League title won at Manchester United.
Giggs also has the most assists in the Premier League till date despite the fact that he retired from football some six years ago.
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The Welshman had 162 assists before his retirement in 2014.
He spent his entire football career at Manchester United.
Ryan Giggs won the PFA Young Player of the Year in the first two seasons of the Premier League but didn’t win the PFA Player of the Year until 2009.
The ex-Welsh national team winger managed his beloved Manchester United for just four games when the club sacked David Moyes in 2014.
His record was two wins, one draw and one defeat from those four games.
Ryan Giggs was part of the Manchester United squad regarded as one of the greatest in English football after they won an unprecedented treble in 1999.
Manchester United won the Premier League, FA Cup and the Champions League in the same season.
He is the first player to feature in the first 22 seasons of the Premier League.
Giggs is also the first player to score in the first 21 seasons of the Premier League until 2013.