Ryan Giggs reveals the question he was asked most as a Man United player

'What was Eric Cantona like? Will Man United win the league this year? When will you retire?'

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Ryan Giggs has revealed what question he got asked the most as a Manchester United player.

The former Wales international is the subject of a new cinematic documentary called, ‘The Life of Ryan’, celebrating the former midfielder’s illustrious spell at United.

The Premier League’s most-decorated star called time on his long career in the summer to become Louis van Gaal’s assistant manager.

And Giggs, who won 13 top-flight titles and two Champions League titles, talks about the question that he was most frequently as a player.

“What’s the question I get asked the most? ‘Are we going to win the league this year?’ – I get asked that a lot,” said Giggs.

Asked what he usually answers, the 40-year-old, speaking earlier this year, replied: “Not this year, no. Pretty easy this year. Sometimes, it is ‘I hope so’.

“’What’s Rooney like?’ It used to be: ‘what is Cantona like, Ronaldo like, Beckham like…?’ They’re alright.

“I tell you what, in the last five years, the most-asked question is: ‘Are you going again this year? When are you finishing?’”

You can order ‘Life of Ryan’ online here

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