With a record 34 career trophies to his name, Ryan Giggs is celebrated as the most decorated player the English Premier League has ever produced.
A product of the infamous Manchester United Class of 92, Ryan went on to amass 693 appearances for the club, winning 13 Premier League titles, 2 UEFA Champions Leagues, 4 FA Cups, 9 FA Community Shields, a FIFA Club World Cup and was an integral part of the historic treble winning side of 1998/99.
Ryan has made more appearances and won more honours than any other player in Manchester United’s illustrious history and in February 2018 was appointed the manager of the Wales National Team.
Twice awarded with the prestigious PFA young player of the year award, Ryan Giggs was capped 66 times for the Wales National Team between 1991 and 2007, and in 2012 was named captain of the Team GB football team for London 2012.
Following retirements from playing professional football in May 2014, Ryan Giggs’ attention turned to coaching and was appointed assistant manager at Manchester United enjoying success alongside Louis Van Gaal winning the 2014/15 FA Cup. He also co-owns Hotel Football with The Class of 92, George’s restaurant in Manchester as well as the successful Salford City FC, who have been promoted 3 times in 4 seasons He also became a Laureus academy member.
Ryan Giggs has certainly cemented his place in history for both Wales and Manchester United.