Man Utd legend Giggs hopes London no one-off for Team GB

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs hopes the London Olympics won't be the last time Team GB get together.

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs hopes the London Olympics won't be the last time Team GB get together.

The London Olympics will be the first time Team GB have competed in the men's football competition since 1960.

However, 38-year-old Manchester United midfielder Giggs sees no reason why 2012 should be on the last Games at which Team GB goes for football glory.

He said: "The different FAs may have opposed it, but people who I have met face to face have been nothing but positive.

"I am not a politician, but from what I have experienced, I just hope fellow British footballers can experience what I have."

Giggs added: "I hope it is not a one off and that in future Olympics there will be more Great Britain teams.

"Both Craig and I are Welsh and proud of it, but for me it was a chance I could not turn down, of playing in the biggest sporting event in the world.

"I am glad I have done because so far everything has gone great and hopefully that will continue."

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