Friday 26 August 2016

Ryan Giggs's Manchester United career

Published 05/03/2013 | 16:31

Ryan Giggs made his 1000th appearance for Manchester United against Real Madrid. Since his debut in the 1990/91 season Giggs has gone on to become the most decorated footballer in the history of British football. Here we take a look back at his trohpy-laden career...
Ryan Giggs made his 1000th appearance for Manchester United against Real Madrid. Since his debut in the 1990/91 season Giggs has gone on to become the most decorated footballer in the history of British football. Here we take a look back at his trohpy-laden career...
In action during a Barclays League Division One match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in November 1991
Signing a sponsorship deal with Reebok in 1991
As Manchester United captain ahead of the FA Youth Cup final against Crystal Palace in April 1992 at Old Trafford
In action against Spurs in the Premier League in September 1992
With Paul Ince, Mark Hughes and Lee Sharpe after winning the Premier League for the first time in May 1993
Coaching young children in Soweto during a Manchester United tour to South Africa in 1993
Meeting Nelson Mandela in South Africa in 1993
With Bryan Robson and Les Sealey after beating Arsenal in the Community Shield in August 1993
Celebrating with Paul Ince after scoring against Leeds in the Premier League in April 1994
Lifting the Premier League trophy in May 1994
With Lee Sharpe and Brian Kidd celebrating their victory over Chelsea in the FA Cup final in May 1994
With Mark Hughes and David May celebrating their win over Blackburn Rovers in the Community Shield in August 1994
Using his skill and pace to take the ball past Jason McAteer, left, and Michael Thomas during an FA Cup tie at Old Trafford in October 1996
With David May, Paul Scholes, and Nicky Butt celebrating winning the Premier League in May 1996
In the dressing room with Paul Scholes after defeating Liverpool in the FA Cup final in May 1996
With Eric Cantona, Nicky Butt, David Beckham, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, Roy Keane and Phil Neville celebrating winning the Premier League in May 1997
Scoring a late equaliser in the Champions League semi-final against Juventus at Old Trafford in April 1999
Celebrating after scoring the winning goal against Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final at Villa Park in April 1999. The goal is widely regarded as one of the greatest ever scored in the competition.
With Ronny Johnson, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, and Andy Cole after clinching the league title in May 1999
In the dressing room with David Beckham after winning the Champions League in May 1999
Lifting the Premier League trophy at Old Trafford in May 2000
With Teddy Sheringham in the dressing room after winning the Premier League in May 2001
In action against Celtic during his testimonial at Old Trafford in August 2001
With Rio Ferdinand, Wes Brown, and Mikael Silvestre at Goodison after securing the league title in May 2003
With Darren Fletcher, Phil Neville, John O'Shea, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Mikael Silvestre and Eric Djemba-Djemba, celebrating victory over Millwall in the FA Cup final in May 2004
With Alex Ferguson after defeating Wigan in the Carling Cup final in February 2006
Lifting the Premier League trophy with Gary Neville in May 2007
Lifting the Premier League trophy in May 2008
During a lap of honour at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow after beating Chelsea in the Champions League final in May 2008
With Luis Nani and Cristiano Ronaldo celebrating victory over Spurs in the Carling Cup final in March 2009
Celebrating winning 11 League titles with Manchester United in May 2009
With his trophy for PFA Players Player of the Year in April 2009
Winner of the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year 2009
With manager Alex Ferguson after Manchester United clinched the league title for a record 19th time at Ewood Park in May 2011
Celebrating another league title at Old Trafford with his children Zach and Libby in May 2011
Being presented with the Golden Foot Award by Antonio Caliendo at Old Trafford in November 2011
Scoring against Everton in February 2013 to continue his record of being the only player to have scored in every season of the Premier League
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