Wales: Giggs dismissed from the Euro and summoned to justice for violence

Ryan Giggs will appear in court in Manchester on Wednesday for alleged violence against two women. In reaction, the Welsh selection decided to rule him out for the Euro.

He will appear in court in Manchester and Salford on Wednesday. Red Devils legend and Wales coach for three years, Ryan Giggs (47) is being prosecuted for alleged violence against his ex-partner, Kate Greville (36), and another woman aged one. twenty years.

He won’t make the Euro

Last November, British media revealed that the police had intervened at his home after being informed of incidents. He had been arrested and questioned on suspicion of violence resulting in injuries. Manchester police had admitted that a woman had been slightly injured. Giggs was then released on bail pending investigation and denied accusations of violence. His judicial review was recently extended until May 1.

Criminal proceedings have now been launched and Giggs faces three charges, according to the English press, including The Guardian. And he will not take part in the Euro this summer (June 11-July 11). In a statement, the Welsh Federation announced their decision to rule him out for the competition. He will be replaced on the bench by Robert Page, who has already been acting since November. He was in charge in March for the start of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup.

Giggs came to the head of the Welsh squad in January 2018 after a distinguished playing career in which he won 13 English league titles and two Champions Leagues with Manchester United, among others. He has also been selected 64 times for the Wales squad (12 goals).

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