Life Of Ryan Giggs Documents Manchester United’s Welsh Wizard

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Ryan Giggs is an interesting person and ITV has documented his appointment as Manchester United’s interim manager in their Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager.

There is a compellingly awkward flashback in the slick Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager documentary that shows Ryan Giggs sitting next to under-fire Manchester United manager David Moyes ahead of a Champions League quarter-final against Bayern Munich.

Giggs’ presence on the shoulder of the beleaguered Moyes, as he floundered in the wake of the recently retired Sir Alex Ferguson, was presumably designed to show a public show of unity between United’s longest serving player and a manager, who many already suspected was out of his depth and heading for the exit door.

Giggs smiles and offers a joke about his lack of game time under Moyes, but is then silenced by a question asking him whether he would like to become Manchester United’s manager one day.

Giggs’ expression goes from jovial to stony in the blink of an eye. He does not reply, takes an extravagant sip from a glass of water in front of him and avoids eye contact with anything other than the ceiling. Moyes’ cannot be seen. A press officer intervenes, reminding those present that only questions about the forthcoming match are allowed.

It is a clever piece of editing in an intriguing documentary from Fulwell 73, the production company behind the acclaimed Manchester United,Class of 92 film and the excellent ITV documentary First Among Equals: The Laurie Cunningham story. Source:

Ryan Giggs Life of Ryan

On Thursday night in England, ITV broadcasted the first airing of a brand new documentary called “The Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager”.

The documentary focused on Ryan Giggs appointment as Manchester United’s interim manager after the dismissal of David Moyes, and his four games in charge at Old Trafford.

The film was produced by Fulwell 73, who made the acclaimed The Class of ‘92 film.

The programme featured contributions from Giggs himself, along with Sir Alex Ferguson, Diego Maradona, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Phil Neville, Gary Neville, David Beckham, Rio Ferdinand, Michael Carrick and Darren Fletcher.

The general impression made by the film is that Giggs is a Man United manager in waiting.

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