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Retro Football: Presenting The Worst Goal Man Utd Have Ever Scored, Against Sheff Wed In 1991 (Video)

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Despite the best efforts of Paul Warhurst to gift them the win, Manchester United ended up losing 3-2 against Sheffield Wednesday in what might loosely be described as a 'thriller' at Hillsborough in October of 1991.

Having gone1-0 down to an early David Hirst strike, it didn't take long for United to restore parity less than two minutes in fact, thanks to Warhurst's superbly weighted through-ball to Brian McClair.

Man Utd: Star-Studded Michael Carrick Testimonial To Feature Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard And Michael Owen

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Michael Carrick is to be given a testimonial by Manchester United to reward him for his 11 years with the club.

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The game, which will be played at Old Trafford, willfeature aManchester United 2008 XI which will feature the likes ofEdwin van der Sar, Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs.

Giggs: United fans love Rashford because he came through the ranks

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A year has gone by since Marcus Rashford made his debut for Manchester United against FC Midtjylland and scored two goals. Days later, he played against Arsenal, and again scored two goals to give us a 3-2 win.

Ryan Giggs was United's assistant manager at the time and has discussed how he watched Rashford play days before making his debut.

Fellaini was Man United ‘panic’ buy – Giggs

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London (AFP) Manchester United great Ryan Giggs has described former manager David Moyes's decision to buy Marouane Fellaini from Everton in September 2013 as a "panic" buy.

Fellaini joined United from Everton, Moyes's former club, in a 27.5 million pounds ($33.6 million, 30.9 million euros) move on transfer deadline day.

Fellaini was Man United ‘panic’ buy – Giggs

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London (AFP) Manchester United great Ryan Giggs has described former manager David Moyes's decision to buy Marouane Fellaini from Everton in September 2013 as a "panic" buy.

Fellaini joined United from Everton, Moyes's former club, in a 27.5 million pounds ($33.6 million, 30.9 million euros) move on transfer deadline day.

Wayne Rooney might be ‘confused’ by Jose Mourinho, says Ryan Giggs

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Ryan Giggs has suggested his former Manchester United team-mate Wayne Rooney might have been left confused by new manager Jose Mourinho. The Old...

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New Swansea boss Bradley comes out fighting

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London (AFP) Swansea manager Bob Bradley hit back at his critics on Friday as the American insisted his nationality had nothing to do with his arrival at the struggling Premier League club.

Bradley was hired by Swansea's new American owners Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan to replace the sacked Francesco Guidolin ahead of popular candidates like Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs.

New Swansea boss Bradley comes out fighting

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London (AFP) Swansea manager Bob Bradley hit back at his critics on Friday as the American insisted his nationality had nothing to do with his arrival at the struggling Premier League club.

Bradley was hired by Swansea's new American owners Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan to replace the sacked Francesco Guidolin ahead of popular candidates like Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs.

Man Utd: Ryan Giggs Once Tore A Strip Off Young Cristiano Ronaldo For Drinking Coke At Breakfast

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It would appear that things got a little fractiousbetween Ryan Giggs and Cristiano Ronaldo on the odd occasion at Manchester United, specifically during the latter's early years at Old Trafford.

Indeed, according to ananecdote being attributed to ex-United teammateOle Gunnar Solksjaer, Giggs felt compelled to take the brash Portuguese urchin to task at least once for heinous breakfast-related lapses of professional conduct.

Ryan Giggs reveals when he came to know he is leaving Manchester United

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Manchester United announced that Jose Mourinho will be their new manager in May and after the latter took charge at Old Trafford, he decided against including the Red Devils legend Ryan Giggs in his backroom staff.

The Welshman was a part of the coaching staff under David Moyes, where he had the role of a player-coach.

Manchester United legend reveals timing when he knew he was leaving Old Trafford

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Ryan Giggs has admitted that he never knew that he will not be a part of Jose Mourinho’s coaching staff at Manchester United until a month ago.

The Portuguese tactician was announced was Louis van Gaal’s successor in May, just days after the Red Devils won the FA Cup after beating Crystal Palace in the final.

Ryan Giggs Brings 29-Year Association With Man Utd To An End After Agreeing Exit Settlement

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The day many thought would never come is upon us. After weeks of false starts and jumped-guns, Ryan Giggs has today agreed a settlement to bring his 29-year association with Manchester United to an end.

The BBC are reporting that Giggs, who served as assistant manager under Louis van Gaal, will have the final year of his contract paid up after he refused to accept a reduced coaching role under Jose Mourinho.

Man Utd assistant boss Ryan Giggs linked with Nottingham Forest job

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Ryan Giggs is a contender to become Nottingham Forest's new manager, according to the Mirror. The Manchester United legend, aged 42, looks...

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Ryan Giggs Set To Leave Manchester United

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According to several media outlets in England, Ryan Giggs has turned down a reduced role on Jose Mourinho's coaching staff and is set to end his 29-year association with Manchester United.

Mourinho is bringing trusted lieutenants Rui Faria and Silvino Louro with him to Old Trafford, leaving no place for Giggs, who has been David Moyed and Louis van Gaal's No.

Giggs on the brink of quitting Manchester United

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Ryan Giggs could cut ties with Manchester United and end his 29-year association with the Old Trafford club this summer.

According to James Ducker of The Telegraph, the United legend is disappointed for being “overlooked” for the manager’s job following Louis van Gaal’s sacking.

The 42-year-old, who served as No 2 to Van Gaal and the Dutchman’s predecessor, David Moyes, has been offered a lesser role under new boss Jose Mourinho.

Ryan Giggs set to quit Man Utd today

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Ryan Giggs is on the verge of ending his 29-year association with Manchester United, according to The Sun. The tabloid claims United's current...

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Jose Mourinho shakes on £36m deal with Man Utd, Ryan Giggs in limbo

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Jose Mourinho has agreed a £36m deal with Manchester United, according to The Times. The former Chelsea boss is expected to earn £12m-a-season during...

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Will Ryan Giggs stay or leave Manchester United?

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Former Manchester United player-turned coach Ryan Giggs could end his 29-year-old love-affair with the Red Devils following the sacking of Louis van Gaal on Monday.

The 20 times English champions confirmed the departure of the Dutch coach, whose brief tenure was hugely overshadowed by criticism of the team’s style of play and conservative tactical decisions.

Jose Mourinho happy for Ryan Giggs to stay, but wants Rui Faria as Man Utd no.2

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Incoming Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has given his approval for club legend Ryan Giggs to stay on the coaching staff but he faces...

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Ryan Giggs keeps his coaches spot on Man Utd website

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Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs has retained his place on the coaches section of the club's official website after the sacking...

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Giggs has to stay if he’s ever going to get his dream job

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With Manchester United taking an age to confirm that Louis van Gaal has been sacked and that Ryan Giggs has been offered a different role within the club, reportedly a downgraded position from assistant manager, it's worth speculating what the future may hold for United's most successful ever player.

Will Ryan Giggs Be Celtic’s Next Manager?

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Ryan Giggs is the shock name on Celtic's wanted list to replace the departing Ronny Deila.

The current Bhoys boss has confirmed he will leave the club at the end of the season, leaving the Scottish giants looking for a new manager.

Giggs reportedly wants to clear up his future at Old Trafford before deciding if a move north of the border is to be his next career move.

United ambassadors have changed their tune on Mourinho

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Over recent weeks, Manchester United ambassadors like Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole, Bryan Robson and Nemanja Vidic, have all spoken out about why Ryan Giggs should replace Louis van Gaal, not Jose Mourinho.

With Sir Alex Ferguson losing influence behind the scenes following his decision to appoint David Moyes, having Giggs as manager would certainly see him have a greater sway.

United ambassadors toe party line on Mourinho and Giggs

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There have been several claims by those supposedly in the know that there is huge friction behind the scenes at Manchester United, in regards to who should become the next manager.

Sir Alex Ferguson has apparently lost some of his influence among the board after pushing for the disastrous appointment of David Moyes.

Houston Dynamo's loss can be blamed on midfield shortcomings, not on the referee

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The Houston Dynamo lost the midfield battle, and that's why they ended up losing the game in Vancouver.

The flat 4-4-2 formation was popular for years in MLS and the world as a whole, as the ability to play two forwards up top and allow them to run at the defense was an attractive quality to managers.

Giggs: I’m so proud to have done so much for the club I support

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Ryan Giggs has spoken about what it's like to be the most successful player in the history of Manchester United, with the record number of appearances, 13 league titles, two European Cups, four FA Cup, three League Cups, among other trophies.

I think it's special because you know we're a club that gives youth a chance and that again goes back to Sir Matt's days.

Giggs: United’s youth policy sets us apart from other clubs

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Manchester United have included a graduate from our academy in every matchday squad since October 1937. Ryan Giggs has talked about how special it is that United always show such faith in youth, and how our traditions set us apart from any other club.

I think it's special because you know we're a club that gives youth a chance and that again goes back to Sir Matt's days.

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The Day I Met Paul Scholes

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They say you should never meet your heroes, for therein lies only disappointment. Sage advice, no doubt. So, when I was asked to go and interview Paul Scholes for Republik of Mancunia, did I heed it? No. I cleared my diary and told everyone I knew, and even a few people I didn't know.

The way you feel about some footballers can be difficult to put into words.

EXCLUSIVE PAUL SCHOLES INTERVIEW: Signing Ronaldinho, his greatest teammate and playing against Vieira

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In the summer of 2003, Ronaldinho was set to sign for Manchester United from PSG. The Brazilian was tipped to be the best player in the world so to lose out on him was hugely disappointing. The blow was softened by us signing Cristiano Ronaldo although at the time we obviously didn't know what sort of player he was going to develop in to.

The lost art of the winger

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There is no right or wrong way to support your football club. It's a deeply personal journey for us all. Yet every club has certain characteristics to which those that love them can all relate. Manchester United is no different.

If every United fan was asked to pick a defining image, a single moment in time, one that summed up what the club meant to them, the images would fill volumes.

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Bob Bradley sacked but Swansea City’s problems go deeper

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Official: Swansea Sack Francesco Guidolin (On His Birthday) And Immediately Replace Him With Ex-USA Coach Bob Bradley

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Without a win in the Premier League since the opening day of the season, Swansea have parted company with head coach Francesco Guidolin and on his 61st birthday too. Ice cold.

With pressure already mounting before the weekend's 2-1 home defeat against Liverpool, Guidolin has today been dismissed and immediately replaced by former USA coach Bob Bradley, who leaves Ligue 2 side Le Havre to take up his new position with the Swans.

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Barry marks milestone in Everton comeback win

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Liverpool (AFP) Gareth Barry crowned his 600th Premier League appearance with an equalising goal as Everton came from behind to beat Middlesbrough 3-1 on Saturday and retain second place.

A contested own goal by Everton goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg put Boro in front at Goodison Park, but Barry equalised almost immediately for Ronald Koeman's team.

Barry marks milestone in Everton comeback win

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Liverpool (AFP) Gareth Barry crowned his 600th Premier League appearance with an equalising goal as Everton came from behind to beat Middlesbrough 3-1 on Saturday and retain second place.

A contested own goal by Everton goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg put Boro in front at Goodison Park, but Barry equalised almost immediately for Ronald Koeman's team.

Let’s Hear It (Again) For… Gareth Barry, The Third Man To Join The Premier League 600 Club

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Congratulations are most definitely due to Gareth Barry today on the occasion of his 600th Premier League appearance. A truly outstanding feat, we're sure you'll agree.

Only two players, Frank Lampard (609) and Ryan Giggs (632), have gone beyond the 600 barrier and it's perfectly probable Barry may end up surpassingboth by the end of the season.

Only Giggs and Lampard have more assists than Rooney

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Wayne Rooney assised Juan Mata's goal against Norwich in Saturday, meaning he has moved up in to third for the all-time Premier League assists ranking.

Ryan Giggs has 162 assists in 672 games, which is an assist every 4.15 games.

Frank Lampard has 102 assists in 429 games, which is an assist every 4.

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Bale is key as Wales prepare to roar at Euro

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Cardiff (United Kingdom) (AFP) Gareth Bale is the key to Wales' Euro 2016 hopes, says Welsh legend Ian Rush, as Chris Coleman's dragons prepare for a first appearance at a major tournament for 58 years.

Wales have many talented footballers. But legends such as John Charles, John Toshack, Ian Rush, Mark Hughes and Ryan Giggs were all world-class competitors who never played at a major finals in the red shirt.

Bale is key as Wales prepare to roar at Euro

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Cardiff (United Kingdom) (AFP) Gareth Bale is the key to Wales' Euro 2016 hopes, says Welsh legend Ian Rush, as Chris Coleman's dragons prepare for a first appearance at a major tournament for 58 years.

Wales have many talented footballers. But legends such as John Charles, John Toshack, Ian Rush, Mark Hughes and Ryan Giggs were all world-class competitors who never played at a major finals in the red shirt.

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Ronaldinho Runs Riot, Scores Hat-Trick Before Half-Time In Indian Futsal League Game (Video)

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With mortgages and 'leckybills to pay, the likes of Ronaldinho, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Michel Salgado and Hernan Crespo are all out in Chennai at the moment to take part in the inaugural Indian Futsal League tournament.

Old Man Giggs flexedhis silky skillsin Mumbai colours a few days ago, but Sunday saw Ronaldinho go up against Scholes as the former's Goa team took on the latter'sBengaluru side.