Manchester United’s longest serving player Ryan Giggs may have played his final game at Old Trafford after his side’s 3-1 victory over Hull City, but the club legend promises that the team will soon be back to it’s former success, SkySports reports.
The Welshman, who is currently the interim manager selected himself as a substitute with the intentions of gracing the Old Trafford pitch one final time before he turns into management, whether at United or elsewhere.
After the match, Giggs gave a speech highlighting the fact that the current season hasn’t been the best, the squad has seen seven home defeats in the league as well as elimination from the FA Cup and Capital One Cup at the hands of Swansea and Sunderland respectively.
The veteran midfielder told the home supporters: “We know it has been tough this season and over the years we have been spoiled with the success we have had.
“Your support this year has never changed, you have always supported the team and the staff. I’m sure in the coming years we will bring you more success.
“I would just like to say, keep supporting us, you have seen a little glimpse of the future, and this is what this club is about.
“It never stands still, we always give youth a chance and we try and play attractive football.
“Sometimes we don’t win, but we give it our all. Keep supporting us and the good times will come back soon.”