The day at Manchester United is very busy. Moments after the formalization of the appointment of Louis Van Gaal at the helm of its first team, the English club announced the retirement of Ryan Giggs.
It is in an open letter to fans that the Welsh says stop to his long career. The iconic No. 11 of Red Devils will no more play as footballer. He joined the coaching staff of the club assistant coach to Van Gaal. He had been acting this season right after the departure of David Moyes.
Giggs has played 963 games in the red jersey and won 34 trophies. He also played 63 times for Wales.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 19, 2014
— BBC Get Inspired (@bbcgetinspired) May 19, 2014