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Ryan Giggs’ legacy at Manchester United captured in one graphic

Ryan Giggs announced his retirement from football on the day that Louis Van Gaal was announced as the new Manchester United boss. The Welshman will now be assistant to the current Dutch national team head coach. Giggs has given viewers some special memories right from his debut in 1991 and up until 2014. He even had the remarkable record of scoring in every Premier League season barring the ill-fated last one. He won 13 Premier League titles in his time, 2 Champions Leagues, 4 FA Cups, 4 Leagues Cups. among others.

Below is a beautiful GIF made by @BanditNanna capturing the Manchester United legends’ time at the club. Also check out his blog here.

via @BanditNanna

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