Joanna Wilson, Ryan Giggs’ aunt, wrote a poem to Wales footballers after the former Manchester United boss was appointed head coach of his country. In the poem, Wilson warns Welsh footballers not to lock up their WAG teams, and reveals that the former midfielder had a thing for black women.
Joanna, sister of Giggs’ father Danny, has revealed that she wrote a poem to warn the Welsh dressing room of their new coach’s love for women. The retired teacher has yet to forgive United’s former number. 11 for an eight-year relationship with his brother-in-law Rhodri’s wife Natasha. Commenting on the character of the Manchester United legend, she said (via The Sun):
“He’s been a dirty dog for years.”
Joanna sent the poem to Wales’ dressing room, including former Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, after Giggs was appointed coach in 2018. It reads:
“If your WAG is tall and skinny with long brown hair, you better watch out, and you better watch out.
“Giggsy got the top job, it’s not just a publicist, so lock up your WAG, it’s just one of a kind.”
Joanna said that even one player loaned her poem:
“The team already knows. It’s had a reputation for cheating in love through the ages. One player came back to say, ‘You’re right.’”
“He has no limits with chasing girls. He can’t help himself.”
The Ryan Giggs assault case collapsed this week
One of the Manchester United icon’s former partners, Kate Greville, has accused him of assaulting her (and her sister) and unfaithfulness. The Welsh legend claimed that he neither attacked Kate nor her younger sister Emma. However, he has admitted to being unfaithful, revealing that he can’t resist women.
While it was a shocking discovery, it didn’t help Kate’s case, as she saw her alleged assailant pull away from the drum. The jury in the assault trial failed to reach verdicts over allegations that he assaulted and forced/dominated Kate for more than three years. Judge Hilary Manley made it clear that the former midfielder was on trial for assault, not for being unfaithful.
The 48-year-old will find out this week whether or not he will face a retrial.