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Wales 4 – 1 Ireland Review: Ryan Giggs era begins

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Wales produced a scintillating display to demolish the Republic of Ireland 4 -1 in Cardiff on Thursday evening. Ryan Giggs will be extremely pleased by the sheer quality of the performance given by his side and especially the brilliant individual showings from his young midfielders David Brooks and Ethan Ampadu. For the Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill, this devastating result and performance in what has been ...

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Ryan Giggs: Greatest Quotes on Ryan Giggs

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Ryan Giggs is one of the few football players who played for one club only. He was part of the much renowned class of ’92 Manchester United team, which included illustrious names including Paul Scholes, David Beckham, Gary and Phil Neville, and Nicky Butt. He spent 23 years in the first team of Manchester United, a career spanning 24 years ...

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5 footballers who started their own brands

Cristiano Ronaldo The Real Madrid forward is the face of many international brands. He endorses many things from football boots to shampoo. The Portuguese national team captain, however, has gone a step beyond endorsing brands of other people and has launched his own label. And yes, you guessed it right, it is called CR7. Ronaldo is the face of his ...

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Five players who played beyond the age of 40

The 2015/16 season was one of the best of Cristiano Ronaldo’s career. He helped Real Madrid win the Champions League and then captained the Portugal national team to a triumphant 2016 European Championship campaign in France, delivering his country its first ever major international honour in football. On the back of his success, he has signed a new five-year deal ...

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Interesting Facts: Man Utd vs Liverpool + A Short tribute to Ryan Giggs

• Rivalries often transcend the boundaries of sport and are a manifestation of socio-economic conditions; this fierce rivalry falls in that category. In the late 19th century both Manchester and Liverpool were competing for control of North West for economic reasons. In 1894 the construction of Manchester Ship Canal meant that ships could bypass Liverpool and transport goods directly into ...

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