Ryan Giggs Is Still Hungry For Success
Ryan Giggs insists he is confident of securing a record 13th championship medal in May. And although the iconic star has won everything there is to win as a professional footballer, he is still hungry for success and believes that he has lots to contribute to Manchester United’s bid for even more silverware both at home and abroad.
Ryan Giggs has made more first team appearances for Manchester United than any other player in the long history of the club. A left winger with blistering pace, Giggs made his First Division debut for Manchester United when he came on as a first half substitute for Republic of Ireland defender Denis Irwin in a 2–0 defeat against old rivals Everton at Old Trafford back in March 1991. The Cardiff born flankman has also made his mark on the international stage by earning himself 64 caps for his native country after making his debut in a European Championship Qualifier against Germany in October 1991.