Yesterday, the Welsh Wizard Ryan Giggs expressed his admiration for our fans despite ending the season without a trophy. Ryan has been at the club since 1991 and the end to this season would of hurt him an awful lot.
“It’s been great for the more established players to see the young players come through and do so well,” Ryan told ManUtd.com.”
He went on “I was really impressed with the consistency of all the young players and the new signings who came in last season.”
“The fans were great,” Giggs enthused. “They supported us all the way through the season. We appreciated the support they gave, especially to the young players who came through. The fans recognise the young players are still trying to find their way and find their feet at the club. The fans supported the young players really well.”
Giggs himself has 12 medals so far and showing no signs of retiring just yet, reiterated that we will come back stronger next year when he bids for his 13th Premier League winners medal.
“We’ve had so many highs over so many years but you’ve got to take the lows. You’ve got to take it on the chin and come back bigger and better next year.