The week's final bulletin shows press conference & awards clips
Ryan Giggs provides team news for Sunday at Southampton
Brian 'Choccy' McClair amuses the awards night attendees
Matt Busby and Players' Player of the Year awards. "I don't know," he told MUTV. "It's difficult as there are really good keepers in Spain. But I think I had a really good season and, of course, it's a dream for me to go to the World Cup." (AM)
10:22 Ryan Giggs was also asked for his opinion about FA chairman Greg Dyke's new B team proposals, which have already generated much debate. Nicky Butt admitted he was against the idea at last night's awards ceremony but the interim boss stated: "I think I would support it. I can only speak from my own experience and say that it helped me physically and mentally to play against (older) men, it definitely brought me on. Playing against players of your own age is all about technical ability, which is obviously important, but it (would also be good) if you could come up against (older) men at an early age, to prepare you for what is the fastest and strongest league in the world." (AM)
10:00 Here are the key points from Ryan Giggs' pre-match press conference… (BH)
- Phil Jones' shoulder injury isn't as bad as first feared. "He's out of Sunday's game but should be OK for the World Cup," says Ryan. Wayne Rooney has started training again after a groin strain and is a doubt for Sunday's game but, again, is fine for World Cup duty.
- Giggs admits the manager's job at United is far from a breeze. "It depends what time of day you ask," he joked. "Sometimes I think I could do without it, other times it has given