Friday, May 27, 2011
Ryan Giggs: Is His Manchester United Career Tarnished by Imogen Thomas Scandal? Will he be playing in the Champions League final on 28th May 2011 against the mighty Barcelona at Wembley????
Actually Ryan Giggs is a phenomenal player. He won everything that the world football has to offer with Manchester United.
His Medal of Honours include :
12 Premier League winners medals.
4 FA Cup winners medals.
4 Football League Cup winners medals.
8 Community Shield winners medals.
2 Champions League winners medals.
1 UEFA Super Cup winners medal.
1 Intercontinental Cup winners medal.
1 FIFA World Club Cup winners medal.
Other honours include :
2 PFA Young Player of the Year awards.
6 inclusions in PFA Team of the year.
1 Bravo Award.
1 PFA Player of the Year award.
1 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in 2009.
2 BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year awards.
1 Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award.
2 Jimmy Murphy Young player of the Year awards.
Most important of all: English Football Hall of Fame inductee in 2005.
Giggs was also named in the Football League 100 Legends.
Appointed an Order of the British Empire, OBE in the Queen's 2007 Birthday Honours List.
On 31st January 2011, Giggs was named Manchester United's greatest ever player by a worldwide poll conducted by United's official magazine and website. Sir Alex Ferguson presented him with the award.
As of today, 27 May 2011, Giggs has scored 110 goals for Manchester United and 12 for Wales.
These are among Giggs finest goals.
It's hard to put into words how much Ryan Giggs has achieved. Those long lists are just a mere statistical look at his career, and it doesn't even cover all of it.
The 37-year-old holds a host of Premier League records as well. He's the only remaining Manchester United player to have been a part of all 12 Premier League-winning squads, something Paul Scholes just misses out on. He has the most Premier League appearances for a player, as well as the most Premier League assists.
Giggs is also the only player to have scored in all 19 seasons of the Premier League since its revamp in 1992. His scoring record in the Champions League has gone for 11 consecutive seasons, bettered only by Raul. He also holds the most appearances for Manchester United in history, not to mention his brilliant international career (albeit with a team that struggles to qualify for major tournaments).
Enough of the stats and records, though. Ryan Giggs is quite simply a phenomenal footballer. As the most decorated player in English footballing history, there can be absolutely no doubt that he deserves respect.
Most Manchester United fans will rate him up there with George Best and Bobby Charlton, and there's no denying his name has gone down in history.
Well Ryan Giggs is a normal man too.. He likes the company of beautiful women such as Imogen Thomas, a Welsh beauty and bombshell.
Apart from Giggs, many other famous men in the world did the same like King Richard, Bill Clinton and Tiger Woods.