When Ryan Giggs feared he might have to leave Man Utd

    In the February of that season, Giggs missed a glorious chance in a disappointing 2-0 home FA Cup defeat to Arsenal, but almost all of the post-match attention focused on Beckham being caught by a boot kicked by an angry Sir Alex Ferguson in the dressing room afterwards.

    Ten days later, Ryan was left on the bench for a Champions League tie against Juventus in Turin but came on to wreak havoc, scoring twice, including a superb solo effort.

    As presenter Sam Homewood pointed out, his celebration, pointing to his name on the back of the shirt, was a message that he was here to stay, even if some people might have been more interested in something new. 

    “Yeah, it was a bit of that,” he said. “To be honest, I wasn’t playing well and it was in the middle of that transition from playing winger to coming inside to a midfield position. So I was still trying to find how I could be most effective.”

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