Ryan Giggs | Interviewed for Wales job

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    shamans 1 set of sheets, optimistic about chances of sex

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    Just want to see Scholes hit a volley.
    Maybe not now because we're in trouble but we should have instead of Moyes
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    The Bloody-Nine Full Member

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    And the 100 other players who failed as managers prove that it doesn't work like that.
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    60% cheat, so it's a mighty high horse you are sitting on, and although what he did was an atrocious act, we probably only know half the story, at best.
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    Cascarino Full Member

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    If you’re in trouble at second, what kind of trouble are Swansea at 20 in ;)
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    Mrs Smoker Full Member

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    Maybe they were in love. Maybe the sex was so good they carried on and on and on.

    I don't mind.

    Would love to have back at United.
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    Being a proud Welshman I would be sad to see this guy take the job. Icon for Utd, didnt give a f*ck about Wales. For the first time in decades we have a decent squad with some good young players coming through. Interest in the national game is at an all time high.
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    Tapori Full Member

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    About time he gave something back to Wales after "being injured" for International duty all those times!
    Good challenge.
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    Mrs Smoker Full Member

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    How many times was he "injured" for Wales? Was that just once or twice, and it turned out into a myth, or was an often seen occurrence?

    I mean, he has 64 caps, that's freakin' lot.
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    I know my values, thank you very much, and one thing would never do and I d never do and rather die, is shag my brother's wife. And ok, doing it once, you call it a mistake, doing it second time you call it remission, but...8 years? He is a scumbag of a human being, but good player nevertheless.

    He is supposed to be a role model. Some chavs, even in here. They will mate with their cousins and call it normal.
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    red4ever 79 Full Member

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    In a 19 season career. You must be joking.. Neymar has played over 80 times for Brazil and he is 25. Ryan Giggs didnt give a toss about Wales.
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    Cascarino Full Member

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    There was a stat either in this thread or somewhere online where it turned out he missed 9 consecutive years of friendlies. Turned up for a friendly in the new stadium, then missed the next 18 friendliest. He pulled that crap a lot.

    Doesn’t really bother me, but bothers a lot of people I know.
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    Bothers me a lot. Wales at that time didnt have much quality, even as he aged into his mid 30's he could have contributed. He just didnt care. Simple as that. Wales were not competitive enough for him. Dont want him anywhere near the job. Would prefer to give it to someone who gives a damn about Wales.
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    That's actually all kinds of cool. :cool:

    Death to friendlies!
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    shamans 1 set of sheets, optimistic about chances of sex

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    Just want to see Scholes hit a volley.
    Hah, well I meant generally we need some big trophies pretty bad.
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    shamans 1 set of sheets, optimistic about chances of sex

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    Just want to see Scholes hit a volley.
    and the 200 that "proved their track record at lesser clubs" and failed at bigger clubs also proved it doesn't work like that either.
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    Like seriously you are comparing professional football with friendlies? So, for you there are only EPL, Bundesliga and 3 or 4 other first division leagues and nothing else?
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    I don’t disagree. I think most would struggle to. However, I think you’ll find that most top footballers have some skeletons in their closets. Giggs’ were just made public. On the other hand, we don’t know much about the other side of the story.