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Giggs: The Autobiography ❰PDF❯ ✍ Giggs: The Autobiography Author Ryan Giggs – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Ryan Giggs first played for Manchester United in the season before the Premiership began back when Bryan Robson was still captain He took possession of United s left wing and never loosened his grip O Ryan Giggs first played for Manchester United in the season before the Premiership began back when Bryan Robson was still captain He took possession of United s left wing and never loosened his grip Giggs: The MOBI :Ê Over a fourteen year career so far, he s seen them all come and go Cantona, Schmeichel, Beckham and the rest Sir Alex Ferguson said of Giggs I knew we had an outstanding talent when we gave him his debut That was back in , but it remains as true inas it ever was Giggs has been a pivotal figure in United s dominance of the Premiership There have been rivals but no other team can match their sustained record of success over recent years And Giggs is the only player to have played in all eight of those title winning campaigns Off the pitch, Ryan Giggs has always closely guarded his private life But here he opens up for the first time, sharing details of the sometimes turbulent childhood that shaped him and the relationships that have mattered to him to reveal the man behind the famous numberred shirt One thing seems clear the Old Trafford crowd will be singing Giggs will tear you apart again for a few years yet.


10 thoughts on “Giggs: The Autobiography

  1. Samar Samar says:

    I gave this book 4 stars because Giggs only seemed to talk about his team mates and not him.the only reason I wanted to read this book is to know how he trains He also just talked about his social life, but I just realised that he supposed to talk about that The thing I most admire about Giggs is how he runs at players with speed and agility It also says on the blurb Ryan can leave the best defenders with twisted blood Sir Alex Ferguson I think you should read this book because it teach I gave this book 4 stars because Giggs only seemed to talk about his team mates and not him.the only reason I wanted to read this book is to know how he trains He also just talked about his social life, but I just realised that he supposed to talk about that The thing I most admire about Giggs is how he runs at players with speed and agility It also says on the blurb Ryan can leave the best defenders with twisted blood Sir Alex Ferguson I think you should read this book because it teaches you how not to get into parties and dragged into these alcoholic drinks and clubs


  2. David Freeman David Freeman says:

    It would have got 5 stars but for the sad ending.


  3. Sunny Sunny says:

    excellent insiht into the great guy himself OK not perfect for having an affair with his brothers wife but that went out after this book was published i suspect an incredible insight on what made him so great and how from an early age he was targetted by big clubs and united in particular there are also some very funny sections of the book especially the bit abotu his mate who went to watch the champions league final in 99 but left half way through the second half because his wife was nagging excellent insiht into the great guy himself OK not perfect for having an affair with his brothers wife but that went out after this book was published i suspect an incredible insight on what made him so great and how from an early age he was targetted by big clubs and united in particular there are also some very funny sections of the book especially the bit abotu his mate who went to watch the champions league final in 99 but left half way through the second half because his wife was nagging him we all know ath happenned in teh alst 5 minutes of that game dont we certainly worth reading if you are interested in THE most longing serving member of the Premier leage and still going


  4. Mat Francis Mat Francis says:

    I enjoyed the book a fair bit but I felt like it was lackingof a personal story to it Yes he had his story of growing up, family and a few recounts of nights out But a part from that I felt like half of the book was just recounting results in games There were insights about struggling with injuries and a few of his player insights of fellow team mates and opponents but yeah as much as it s probably a bit nosey and breaching a bit of that privacy barrier to say I just felt like I wanted I enjoyed the book a fair bit but I felt like it was lackingof a personal story to it Yes he had his story of growing up, family and a few recounts of nights out But a part from that I felt like half of the book was just recounting results in games There were insights about struggling with injuries and a few of his player insights of fellow team mates and opponents but yeah as much as it s probably a bit nosey and breaching a bit of that privacy barrier to say I just felt like I wanted a bitrawness andpersonal recounts of his life All in all though it was a good read and a reminder of times when there waspassion and grit in the game and less worry about the money


  5. 7nikolas 7nikolas says:

    The story of Ryan Giggs is a story about how he worked his way up the ranks at Manchester United and how he became of football player He talked about his family which was something i didn t know about him I thought that the insite into his personal life really helped this book in my mind I enjoyed this book for the simple fact that it was about Ryan Giggs and for the most part i liked it Yet sports books in general have trouble in my mind at maintaining the attention of the reader This book The story of Ryan Giggs is a story about how he worked his way up the ranks at Manchester United and how he became of football player He talked about his family which was something i didn t know about him I thought that the insite into his personal life really helped this book in my mind I enjoyed this book for the simple fact that it was about Ryan Giggs and for the most part i liked it Yet sports books in general have trouble in my mind at maintaining the attention of the reader This book was somewhat indifferent to losing my attention, yet i wouldn t recommend this book to someone who doesn t know who Giggs is or someone who doesn t enjoy playing or watching Football


  6. Llama& Llama& says:

    This book is about Ryan Giggs a profesinal soccer player Its an autobiography from when he was born to 2006 Its tells you about every detail of his life including all the trophies he has won.


  7. Tom Tom says:

    This book was one which I expected very little from, but was pleasantly surprised


  8. Sam Jones Sam Jones says:

    Worth reading, but disappointing in that I feel it could have been written better.


  9. Erfa Tahir Erfa Tahir says:

    One of my all time favourite players He be AWESOME And I hope he becomes manager of United after Sir Fergie retires.


  10. Emma Emma says:

    Enjoyable read and really great insight into Manchester United during the Ferguson Era There are also some hilarious moments


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