On the 25th anniversary of his Man United debut, we gather together the 25 maddest facts about Giggs’ absurd playing career
On 2 March 1991, a skinny Welsh 17 year-old came off the Man United bench against Everton to make his professional debut.
Exactly 25 years later, it seems odd to think there were people in the crowd that day who DIDN’T know who Ryan Giggs was. It’s been a quarter of a century since he made that first appearance, and yet it only seems like yesterday that Man United’s assistant manager finally hung up his boots.
That’s because his career was longer – and more successful – than just about any other player in English football history.
It’s also why there is only one way to mark the 25th anniversary of Giggs’ United bow: by giving you 25 facts that fully illustrate the unique nature of his career… Click “Continue Reading” to see them