He has played for United since he joined the youth teams in 1988, aged 14, and is still playing for United in 2008, aged 34, TWENTY YEARS LATER - which shows his amazing, completely unmatched loyalty to the club.
He has played 700+ games for United, and is currently second in the all time appearances record behind Bobby Charlton (although by the time you're reading this, he may well have overtaked Charlton's record)
He has won the league NINE TIMES as of the end of the 2006/07 season - this is a record in English football history (no one has ever won as many).
As well as winning 9 Premier Leagues, he has also won 4 FA Cups, 2 League Cups and 1 Champions League - making him THE most decorated player in the premiership (and, like, joint most decorated player EVER).
A truly legendary player, he scored THAT goal against Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final replay at Villa Park in 1999 - which was later voted: 1. Goal of the century, 2. Best goal in the FA Cup competition, 3. Best moment in the FA Cup competition (which has been going on for over 100 years) and 4. Best Manchester United goal. He picked up the ball YARDS behind the half-way line and then dribbled way over half the entire length of the pitch and through the ENTIRE Arsenal defence (which was world-class at the time), going past some players twice, to score the magnificent goal.
He was born in Wales but moved to Manchester aged 7, and so, unfortunately for us English, wasn't applicable to play for the English side. If he'd been English he would have WITHOUT A DOUBT earned over 100 caps by now, and who knows, probably helpled England progress a bit further in the competitions.
The World Cup is the only trophy he hasn't won. He was won everything else, usually more that once.
Legend. Pure LEGEND.
A. Ryan Giggs.
Q. Who's the best left winger of all time?
A. Ryan Giggs.
Q. Who's the greatest player that ever played for Manchester United?
A. RYAN GIGGS!!!
Although some celebrities are quite happy to be punished by tabloid newspapers for their infidelity, Ryan Giggs believes he can use a team of highly paid, short-sighted, cretinous london lawyers to silence not only the british press but also the internet.
Given the british public's desire for a right to freedom of speech and information, they decided to give this idea the middle finger by repeatedly spreading and publishing the story of Ryan Giggs' ploughing of Imogen Thomas all over social networking site Twitter. It is estimated that more people have read about the story online now than the entire daily readership of the daily british press. Therefore the aforementioned Giggs looks like a bit of a silly sausage.
Consequently to 'ryan giggs' is to throw millions of pounds at people, lawyers, judges and attorneys to try and keep a story quiet. And failing.