File - Manchester United's Ryan Giggs celebrates after scoring against Birmingham during the English Premier League soccer match at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, England. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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Ryan Giggs has called time on his remarkable 23-year, trophy-laden Manchester United career to commit himself to his new role as assistant to manager Louis van Gaal, who was confirmed as the successor to David Moyes Monday.Giggs, who made a record 963 appearances, winning 13 league titles, four FA Cups and two Champions League trophies, announced his decision Monday via an open letter on the club's website.He retired from international football in 2008 and did, however, enjoy a swansong of sorts when he captained the British football team at the 2012 London Olympics.As he aged, Giggs developed into more of a football quarterback, less mobile but able to spread passes with deadly precision while giving a masterclass in keeping possession.
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