• Ryan Giggs will manage Manchester United on an interim basis following the dismissal of David Moyes - here we take a look at his Old Trafford career
  • Giggs made his United debut against Everton at Old Trafford in the 1990-91 season
  • That season saw the birth of the Premier League and United finally win the title.
  • Giggs won his first FA Cup medal when United completed the Double in 1994 by beating Chelsea at Wembley
  • Giggs wheels away scoring surely his finest-ever goal, against Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final replay in 1999...
  • Giggs also scored a crucial equaliser for United against Juventus in the 1999 Champions League semi-final first leg at Old Trafford
  • ... before Beckham, Giggs and United complete the job by beating Bayern Munich in the Champions League final
  • Giggs was rewarded with a testimonial in 2001 - more than a decade ago
  • Giggs picked up his third FA Cup winners medal in 2004
  • Giggs collects one of the three Player of the Month awards he has won
  • The Queen presents Giggs with an OBE in 2007
  • After a three-season drought, United celebrate winning the Premier League in 2007...
  • Giggs lifts the 2008 Champions League trophy after United beat Chelsea in Moscow
  • Giggs sent Petr Cech the wrong way from the spot in the shoot-out
  • Sir Bobby Charlton presents Giggs with a watch after the winger broke the record for United appearances in the final in Moscow
  • Giggs added the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in 2009 to his list of honours
  • Giggs scored a crucial goal for United in a win at Middlesbrough on their way to the title in 2009
  • ... but Giggs tasted defeat in the Champions League final when United were outclassed by Barcelona
  • On his 900th appearance for the club Giggs scored a last gasp winner at Norwich to keep United's title tilt on track.
  • Still going strong in the 2012/13 season, Giggs finds the net against Everton to maintain his record of scoring in every Premier League campaign
  • And after more than 960 appearances for United and an astonishing 13 Premier League titles, Giggs has decided to hang up his boots

Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs will manage Manchester United on an interim basis following the dismissal of David Moyes - here we take a look at his Old Trafford career