Back to our winning ways, United have ploughed through any scouse hopes of ever winning the league, in one of our most emphatic victories this season. However with all of the back pages covered with headlines such as: “KIKO’S DREAM DEBUT” or “RONNY STRIKES AGAIN”.
I feel as I am sure many do that we owe a lot to a player who has won United the league, single-handily, 10 times (more than city+liverpool+arsenal). and who has got United out of several tight corners including Sunday’s game against Villa.
Without his experience, skill, talent, and welsh wizardry, United would probably be around the same standard of city.
Who else but the legend himself, Ryan Giggs. But, back to Villa, sceptics may argue that we could not have done it without ronaldo or kiko, and I agree, but if we review the full 90 minutes, we see that without giggs, United would not have had the fluid movement they are renown for, nor the presence of their catenaccio-style play, and without these factors I would be writing a review full of excuses about why we lost, and why the Scousers are now top of the league.
But bypassing Villa, we see that giggs consistency throughout this season has never wavered, producing performances George Best and Eric Cantona would have been proud of.
No one has made more appearances for United
No one has won more trophies with United
He is the most decorated footballer in all English History
Best, Law, Charlton, Robson, Cantona, Keane. Manchester United has had many great players but the greatest of them all is Ryan Giggs.
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