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Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs started the latest chapter in his career-long association with the club when he was appointed as the Red Devils’ interim manager following the departure of David Moyes, before he was appointed as assistant manager when Moyes' permanent successor, Louis van Gaal, was brought in on 19 May 2014.
Giggs, still playing at the age of 40 when he was given the managerial role, is the most decorated player in the club’s history. The Old Trafford academy product has won 13 Barclays Premier League titles to date and has the unrivalled feat of scoring in all of the first 21 full seasons since the competition’s inception in 1992.
At the time of his appointment at interim manager, Giggs had amassed a Premier League record of over 600 appearances, and the midfielder has also scored over 100 goals during that time. Additionally, he claimed the honour of ‘Best Player’ at the Premier League’s 20 Seasons Awards.
During his illustrious career, he has also won the UEFA Champions League twice, the FA Cup four times, the League Cup on three occasions, 10 Community Shields and the FIFA Club World Cup once.
The former Wales international was appointed as a Player Coach prior to the 2013/14 campaign following Moyes’ arrival in the summer. He took on the role of Interim Manager on 22 April 2014, with a home encounter with Norwich City the following Saturday his first match in charge. He was interim manager for the final four matches of the season before Louis van Gaal was appointed on a permanent basis. The Dutchman made Ryan Giggs assistant manager.
Manchester United: 1990-present