Giggs explains comeback talk

26 March 2010 02:53
Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs has played down suggestions that he is set to come out of international retirement for Wales. Giggs, 36, was quoted in a Friday newspaper suggesting he was set to return to Wales duty three years after retiring from international football. United manager Sir Alex Ferguson revealed his doubts at his press conference before Saturday's trip to Bolton Wanderers and now Giggs has moved to clarify his comments. The evergreen midfielder is enjoying a glittering autumn to his career but may not add to his haul of 64 international caps. "I've got no immediate plans on coming back and playing regularly," he told BBC Radio Manchester. "I just said I wouldn't rule it out. If there was ever an emergency or a game that they needed me I would obviously think about it." Wales manager John Toshack recently admitted that his team was lacking in creative talent with Arsenal starlet Aaron Ramsey facing up to 12 months on the sidelines with a broken leg.

Source: ESA