His criticism of referees saw him hauled before the FA and given a stadium ban, while his suggestions of an agenda became extremely tiresome.Mourinho should be aware that some in the Old Trafford boardroom hold considerable concerns about his past conduct.
“But good luck and if one day he wants to come back to the club while I am here I would never stop him coming back.
Giggs, 42, played 24 years as a professional for Manchester United from 1990, scoring 168 goals, winning 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cup trophies and three League Cup winners’ medals and was a member of a team that won the Champions League twice and played two more finals.
Giggs had a Premier League career spanning 7934 days, a record that, according to Mirror, is 1122 days more than the second-placed player; Paul Scholes.
Having said that it is time for a new chapter in his life, Ryan Giggs winged in to India to play futsal.
Given that Premier Futsal lasts all of 10 days, it is unlikely to be more than a paragraph in the storied life of one of the greatest footballers of our times.