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Giggs made his full Manchester United debut in the Manchester derby on May 4, 1991 on an occasion that was memorable for more reason than one. The sight of an opposition player trailing in Giggs' wake became a familiar sight as the promising winger developed.
Giggs' talent was instantly obvious, as his former club manager Sir Alex Ferguson often pointed out. One of the first bits of history Giggs made came when he became the first man to win the PFA Young Player of the Year award twice. Moscow was a city Giggs was to return to as part of United's team that won the 2008 Champions League. Giggs was hailed as the true successor to the late, great George Best on United's wing and here the pair enjoy a game of pool in December 1993. Another figure considered key in the develop of Giggs, as well as the other decorated members of the 'Class of '92', was Eric Cantona (right). So far in his career, Giggs has won 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cups, four League Cups and two Champions League titles.
The disappointment of defeat with Wales was something Giggs had to regularly experience throughout his career.
Prince Charles (centre) shares a word with Alex Ferguson as Giggs minds his Ps and Qs at Old Trafford in September 1997. The greatest, and possibly most important, goal of Giggs' career came in one of the best FA Cup ties of all time in the 1998-1999 season against bitter rivals Arsenal. Giggs, alongside Scholes, Wes Brown, and Gary Neville, was one of four survivors from the United team that won the 1999 Champions League and was still in the squad when they next won European football's biggest prize nine years later.
Giggs sports a radical blond hairdo while enjoying a round of golf at the Worsley Marriott in 2003 (left) and when ITV poached Premier League highlights from the BBC in 2001, they used Giggs to promote their coverage (right). Patsy Kensit joined Giggs at the 'Batman Forever' premiere at Leicester Square in 1995 (left). Giggs played in United's 2-2 draw against Cardiff on Sunday evening aged 39 years and 360 days.
We’re closing in on the final list and it is no surprise that there are some really good players in the group that was released today.
Elsewhere in the list there are some notable rises and a couple of other slight surprises as EA continue to tease us with their ratings. After scoring 20 goals in his debut season in the Premier League, and helping Chelsea winning the title, it is no surprise that Costa has been taken up to 86.
One of the biggest risers in the top 50 list it is no surprise that Kevin De Bruyne is this high in the FIFA 16 player ratings.
De Gea will be staying put this season and now it will be interesting to see whether or not he decides to sign a new deal. Ribery has been suffering with injury problems over the past 12 months and as such his rating had to be dropped. Like Bale Lewandowski has stayed at the same rating following a solid season and interestingly like Sanchez his pace has gone down whilst his finishing has gone up.

Most of the Juventus squad were hugely impressive last season as they went all the way to the Champions League final. Both Liverpool and Manchester United have a history of producing players from their academies which are capable of reaching the top level.
Obviously, there will never be an exclusively under-23 fixture between these clubs which feature players of this first-team calibre.
It’s very interesting up front, where Welbeck and Sturridge are both quick, skilful forwards who can hold the ball up well. Well, from the looks of those line-ups and my largely unexplained reasoning, I would say that, overall, Liverpool’s future looks brighter than United’s at the moment. On Boxing Day 1991 Oldham goalkeeper Jon Hallworth was the victim as the Welshman scored the sixth goal in a 3-6 victory. That being the case, it should come as no surprise that he quickly broke into the Wales senior team and remained there until retiring from international duty.
Here he is celebrating winning the double in 1994 alongside Lee Sharpe (left), Paul Ince (second right) and Andrei Kanchelskis. This one came away at Bulgaria on 29 March 1995 in a qualifier for Euro '96, when the score was 3-1. Giggs took on the entire Gunners defence before blasting his effort beyond David Seaman into the back of net. The game is due for release on September 25 in the UK with the demo out in under a week on September 8. By the end of the week we’ll know the full top 50 list and Squawka will continue to update you with the facts and FIFA 16 player ratings.
With his pace, power and technique Costa was one of the best strikers on FIFA 15 and after seeing the FIFA 16 Player Ratings we don’t think anything is going to change. This year he’s bumped to 86 and rightfully takes his place as the best defensive midfielder in the world. Last season he registered 20 assists, more than anyone else in Europe’s top five leagues and he earned his big move back to the Premier League off the back of it.
After his heroics last season for Juventus Tevez has seen his rating increase by one and he will be one that many are keeping an eye out for on FIFA 16 Ultimate Team. Like so many on this list his performances last season have seen him bumped up by one and he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world. Sanchez is another player to make the move up and it is thoroughly deserved after a debut season in England where he scored 25 goals in all competitions. He’s only come down by one but it is notable, particularly given how well Douglas Costa has started life at the Allianz Arena. Yes he didn’t have a brilliant season but even still with his natural development it felt like he may have gone up to 88. This might be a conscious effort from EA Sports to tone down the dominance of pace or just a coincidence but it’s definitely worth keeping an eye on. Both of them also frequently opt to scout and buy young talent from afar, with a view to developing them into future first-teamers.

This comparison is simply one method of looking at the young prospects of these two rivals and contrasting them. All three of Allen, Shelvey and Henderson have displayed their potential this season and I think it is fair to say that this triumvirate could compete with most Premier League midfields. Without Giggs' goal against their excellent opposition, United's FA Cup dream may have died that night, at the semi-final stage. A lot of United fans will be hoping not to see a Real Madrid badge on his player card any time soon. Interestingly it looks as though his pace has decreased a bit but in return his shooting has been bumped up.
It’s quite hard to see the Frenchman getting into too many FIFA 16 teams with this drop. On top of that he has started the season in good form and it seems as if he is going to have more responsibility in the number ten role this season.
This is something of a surprise as it makes him one of the best defenders in the game which is a bit of a step up.
So let’s just enjoy the debate and not get into a keyboard-warrior-twitter-abuse storm which people are so fond of nowadays. Kelly, Coates, Rafael, Smalling and Jones are all full internationals whilst the powerful Andre Wisdom has impressed this season. Welbeck may play more games for England but Sturridge is more prolific in the league (for a worse team). And let’s be honest, if Fergie needed to, he could always just go out and buy a proven player who can score 20-odd goals a seas… ah, yeah. The sheer athleticism of the United back-line is perhaps proof of how the Premier League game is becoming quicker and quicker, although this is a debate for another time.
Powell and Tunnicliffe are both untested at the top-level whilst Cleverley is not the kind of player to dominate the centre of the park.
I’ve placed Buttner on the left-wing here, partly because he’s left-footed and partly because I was running out of young United players who weren’t goalkeepers. Central midfield has been a problem for Ferguson for a few years now (not that he’ll accept it) and there doesn’t seem to be the immediate strength in-depth required should Carrick or Scholes face long-term injury.
I think it’s fair to say that Coutinho has done enough in his few games this season to say he has more potential (and ability) than a man who struggles to even make the United bench. The unproven Wooton and Robinson cancel each other out whilst Jones and Smalling – although injury-prone – appear to be more trustworthy than the shaky Coates and the sometimes erratic Kelly. However talented Powell may be, it is too soon to put him in the same bracket as proven Premier League players like Jordan Henderson. Double-Bundesliga winning Kagawa would get in most teams ahead of 18 year-old Raheem Sterling, but the six-year age gap between the two certainly makes a difference and I’m sure a lot of Liverpool fans will be hopeful that Sterling is at or above Kagawa’s level by the time he is 24.

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