Man Utd legend Ryan Giggs described as “incredibly overvalued” by former Premier League player


Former Premier League midfielder Curtis Woodhouse launched an extraordinary rant against Ryan Giggs on social media, saying that the Manchester United hero was “incredibly overvalued”.

Giggs is one of the most decorated players in the history of English football, with his 24 season career at Old Trafford seeing him win 34 trophies in total, including 13 Premier League leagues, four FA cups and two leagues. champions.

But although many consider him one of the best players to ever wear a Red Devils jersey, Woodhouse, who played for Sheffield United and Birmingham City before turning to professional boxing, seems less impressed.

Ryan Giggs is considered a Manchester United legend

Writing to his personal Twitter account, Woodhouse said, “Ryan Giggs, another incredibly overvalued Manchester United player.

“Exceptional longevity, but in a team that has dominated for years and has been a free scoring machine, its statistics for goals and assists are awful. Another Manchester United myth, good player, never more.

“Giggs has 162 assists in PL over 22 years to reach 109 goals, again over 22 years. His team dominated them 22 years of football, breaking score records as they went along. Ryan Giggs was a left winger, looking at his stats you may confuse him with a left back.

“Giggs didn’t even have a good left foot !! He was an exceptional athlete but his left foot was not so good. His flow was correct, not great, he couldn’t spray it, he was a great athlete. Let’s keep it real.

Curtis Woodhouse was clearly not too impressed with Giggs

“Giggs was a good player. Still on the left side, great energy, good rhythm. A good player, just not a great player, has never had a world class season in 22 attempts but always a good player. Never poor but never brilliant, a good regular player. ”

Giggs is now manager of Wales and has helped them qualify for the European Championships, which have been postponed until next summer due to the current coronavirus crisis.


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