Ryan Giggs has left his role at Manchester United, ending his 29-year association with the club, it has been confirmed.Read the full story ›
Former player and assistant manager Ryan Giggs has left his post at Manchester United after spending 29 years at the club.Read the full story ›
Ryan Giggs has ended his long association with Manchester United, ITV News understands.Read the full story ›
Wales and Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs will join ITV Sport's Euro 2016 line-up as the tournament reaches the quarter-final stage.
Giggs will take up a role as a pundit in ITV's Paris studio alongside presenter Mark Pougatch, Lee Dixon, Ian Wright and others to lend his wealth of expertise and insight to the channel's coverage of the remaining stages of the tournament.
His first match will be ITV's live coverage of Poland v Portugal on Thursday 30th June.
The ex-footballers have told squatters who have moved into a building they plan on turning into a luxury hotel that they can stay.Read the full story ›
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says Ryan Giggs will almost certainly succeed him at Old Trafford.Read the full story ›
The acquisition of Salford City Football Club, partly-owned by former Manchester United stars Gary and Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt, has been formally approved by the Football Association and the Northern Premier League.
Back in March the ex-Red Devils quintet agreed to take over the Evo-Stik Division One North club and in September Singaporean businessman Peter Lim - owner of Valencia - took a 50% share in the venture.
The final paperwork on their deal has now been completed after approval from the governing body and league. The management of the club on a day-to-day basis, as announced back in March, will remain the same.
Ryan Giggs received an honorary degree from The University of Bolton.Read the full story ›
Ryan Giggs has called an end to his playing career after 23 years and nearly 1,000 games for Manchester United.
Our photo gallery plots the Welshman's evolution from a fresh-faced teenager terrifying opposing defenders to one of the game's elder statesman.
Ryan Giggs has spoken of mixed emotions as he calls time on a Manchester United playing career that has taken in 963 appearances for the Old Trafford club.
Giggs will now become number two to the club's new manager Louis van Gaal.
In an open letter to fans, the midfielder wrote: "For me, today is a new chapter filled with many emotions - immense pride, sadness, but most of all, excitement towards the future."
The 40-year-old also paid tribute to United supporters, saying: "To the greatest fans in world football, thank you, I have loved every minute of playing for you and representing the biggest and best club in the world."