Photo of the Day: April 11, 1999 - Roy Keane protests as his legitimate goal is ruled offside in Manchester United's FA Cup Semi Final against Arsenal at Villa Park. The tie ended 0-0 and went to a famous replay won with THAT goal by Ryan Giggs. Just think, if a linesman had gotten his decision correct on the 11th, we'd never have experienced that exhilaration of Ryan Giggs' amazing mazy run. Match report: http://goo.gl/DV1eZ
Photo Collage of the Day: April 14 1999, Manchester United 2 - 1 Arsenal, FA Cup Semi Final Replay. David Beckham and Ryan Giggs with the goals for United. Roy Keane, who had earlier fouled Bergkamp, was shown his second yellow card for a scything late tackle on Marc Overmars with 17 minutes left. Match report: http://goo.gl/bF226
Photo Collage of the Day: April 18, 2001, Champions League Quarter-final, second leg Bayern Munich 2 - 1 Manchester United (Agg: 3-1). A goal from Ryan Giggs isn't enough and a grim Roy Keane sees his side go out of European competition again. Match report: http://goo.gl/g9kIy
Gary Kelly only played for one club and that was Leeds United. Hailing from Ireland he arrived as a striker but Wilkinson played him at right-back, a problem area at the time, one pre-season and it was the turning point and kickstart for his career. He was quick and gave the paciest of wingers a tough game gaining praise from Ryan Giggs more than once. He was a loyal servant who was shamefully treated by Ken Bates & Dennis Wise in 2006 when forced from the club.
Manchester United player Ryan Giggs paid £1900000 in 2004 for a Victorian mansion in Worsley, near Manchester, only to knock it down and build this enormous lego block-style home in its place. Giggs’ new six-bedroom property consists of a glass tower, indoor swimming pool, private gym, and sauna and steam room.