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Arise, Sir Ryan?


Life President
May 29, 2005
Every broadcast of a United game at the moment, mainly because of his surge in form, focuses on the same banner that pleads for The Queen to grant Ryan Giggs a knighthood.

Personally, I love Giggsy. As a fellow left-footer, I grew up watching him and I don't think there's been a better British player to grace the Premiership, and only one or two foreign players that have bettered him. He's certainly served football greatly, you've never seen him emblazoned across the red-tops in shame and he's bounced back from some nasty injuries that would've ended the career of an average player.

When he was losing his pace slightly, he took up a rigorous yoga regime to increasehis flexibility. When he lost his place in the squad, he adapted his play to suit what Ferguson was after and has always been dependable when needed most.

I'd certainly back any decision to grant him a Knighthood...