16 Jul 2012

Giggs considering life after football

6:14 am on 16 July 2012

Ryan Giggs, who will captain the British football team at the Olympic Games this month, says he is considering a career in management when he finally quits playing.

The Olympics is the first international tournament for the 38-year-old, who made his debut for Manchester United in 1991 and has played more than 900 games for the club.

Giggs is the most honoured player in English soccer with 12 Premier League title medals, four FA Cups and two Champions League medals.

He played 64 times for Wales but his country never qualified for the World Cup or European championship during his 17-year international career.