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Watch: Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs congratulate young winner of menu competition

Watch: Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs congratulate young winner of menu competition

Children at St Marks Primary School in Worsley were asked to design a new addition to the childrens menu at Georges Dining Room and Bar
Ryan Giggs' is mourning the death of his grandfather

Ryan Giggs' is mourning the death of his grandfather

The Man Utd legend and assistant boss missed last Tuesdays match against Stoke City
Manchester United is the only club Ryan Giggs can manage - Meulensteen

Manchester United is the only club Ryan Giggs can manage - Meulensteen

Ryan Giggs has managed just four games in his career but has been tipped to become Man Utds permanent manager by Rene Meulensteen.
Ryan Giggs and Celtic - the truth about his Manchester United future

Ryan Giggs and Celtic - the truth about his Manchester United future

Vacant bench seat and a bookmakers tweet set social media alight
The Busby Babe Feb 3, 2016

Manchester United win a game, nobody knows what to do.

The world was in shock after Manchester United won a a Premier League game. In the Mirror, there's confirmation that our eyes did not deceive us. So, er, yes, Manchester United won a game in the Premier League. Stoke were almost unimaginably bad, but that wouldn't have stopped United being worse in past games. A big old success. I can't remember what happens now. The Daily Mail has a story that Ryan Giggs was absent from the match last night as he was on compassionate leave due to a family illness. Nevertheless, it's nice to spot a correlation between him being away and United winning a...
Ryan Giggs: Manchester United assistant manager missed Stoke City win due to family illness

Ryan Giggs: Manchester United assistant manager missed Stoke City win due to family illness

Louis Van Gaals No.2 was absent from the dugout as Man Utd ran out comfortable 3-0 winners over Stoke at Old Trafford
The Busby Babe Jan 29, 2016

Alex Ferguson distances himself from Jose Mourinho appointment to Manchester United

Alex Ferguson has cryptically distanced himself from any plans of Manchester United to appoint Jose Mourinho. Paul Hayward, Alex Ferguson's ghostwriter for his autobiography, has said that Ferguson, Gill and Charlton, are not going to have much influence over Louis van Gaal's successor. You might think that this story has been sourced from Ferguson, and if Ferguson is making it clear that whatever comes next isn't his fault, then you can assume that his boy Ryan Giggs isn't going to get it. More than that, maybe Jose Mourinho, who Charlton and Ferguson opposed when David Moyes was...
Manchester United assistant Ryan Giggs should leave Van Gaal for his own good

Manchester United assistant Ryan Giggs should leave Van Gaal for his own good

Ryan Giggs defines the term one-club man but the Man Utd great needs to move on from Old Trafford.
The Independent Jan 27, 2016
Ryan Giggs future: Manchester United fear legend will leave if not given manager's job after Louis van Gaal

Ryan Giggs future: Manchester United fear legend will leave if not given manager's job after Louis van Gaal

Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is believed to have compiled a six-page dossier to the Red Devils hierarchy
The Busby Babe Jan 27, 2016

Manchester United linked with NYRB defender Matt Miazga

Manchester United have been linked with New York Red Bulls central defender Matt Miazga. According to the Mirror, Manchester United are worried that Ryan Giggs would leave if he wasn't made manager when Louis van Gaal is sacked. What? Doesn't make it doubly appealing to get rid of that poison along with a manager less capable than David Moyes? The Telegraph think that United would replace David de Gea, should he leave, with Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. Erm. Van Gaal isn't going to have any more say in transfers, so hard to say why this story should be regarded with anything but...
The Busby Babe Jan 25, 2016

Woodward under pressure to choose between Van Gaal, Giggs and Mourinho

Manchester United must now choose between Louis van Gaal, Ryan Giggs and Jose Mourinho. On the back of now somewhat accustomed scousebusting, Louis van Gaal revelled in beating Liverpool at Anfield - and reckoned "this game will give a big boost to the players and the fans and the environment of Manchester United." The following match, at home to Southampton on Sunday, felt like a nadir in his time at United. A lifeless game with few redeeming features, bar the merest flurry following a change in midfield at half-time when Mata replaced Fellaini moving Herrera further back, and a late goal...
The Busby Babe Jan 22, 2016

Manchester United deny meeting Pep Guardiola

Manchester United have denied having any contact with Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola. Louis van Gaal will not see out his third year as Manchester United boss, that much is clear. There is too little faith in him, and too much money to be lost by not replacing him. That is ultimately what will do for him. Add to that the rumoured stress and illness the job is causing him, and you have an easy, superficially dignified way for him to leave without being sacked. So the question is, who will take over? Ryan Giggs and Alex Ferguson seem like they will provide any temporary solution, but in...
Daily Mail Jan 20, 2016

Swansea bring in former Chelsea winger Gabriele Ambrosetti to join Francesco Guidolin's coaching staff

It will mark a return to British football for Ambrosetti, who was christened as the ‘Italian Ryan Giggs’ by Gianluca Vialli following his £3.5m move to Stamford Bridge in 1999.
The Busby Babe Jan 17, 2016

Alex Ferguson could help Ryan Giggs manage Manchester United

Alex Ferguson and Ryan Giggs could replace Louis van Gaal at Manchester United. Another story in the press, indicating that Louis van Gaal still isn't quite safe. If Ryan Giggs were to come in as manager, says the Mirror, then Alex Ferguson will lend him a hand. Hmmm, sounds like they're still making arrangements should it all go terribly. Leicester want Andreas Pereira on loan from United for the next six months. Let him go! That's in the Mail. The Telegraph have something about Van Gaal's touchline style. You could correctly surmise that the whole weekend's written offerings are next...
Manchester City youth players named in Europe's top 100 young footballers

Manchester City youth players named in Europe's top 100 young footballers

The Man City teenagers have both made their first team debuts this season and are among 18 English-based players picked out by Italian website

EPL Player News

  • 9 Dimitri Payet

    Dimitri Payet

    Dimitri Payet is already a West Ham superstar but faces Euro 2016 heartache with France boss Didier Deschamps wary of 'proud' and 'arrogant' playmaker

  • 5 Kurt Zouma

    Kurt Zouma

    Chelsea news: John Terry unlikely to be offered new deal despite Kurt Zouma injury ruling him out for the season

  • 4 Yann M'Vila

    Yann M'Vila

    Sunderland's Yann M'Vila wants a permanent summer move to Wearside

  • 4 Christian Benteke

    Christian Benteke

    Klopp Backs Benteke To Rediscover Goalscoring Form

  • 3 Angelo Ogbonna

    Angelo Ogbonna

    West Ham 2-1 Liverpool: Angelo Ogbonna wins the game in the last minute of extra time as Jurgen Klopp's side crash out of FA Cup

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