Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs has been charged with assaulting two women, and as a result, he will not coach Wales’s football team at the European Championship finals.
- Former Welsh football star Ryan Giggs faces charges of assaulting two women and coercive behaviour towards one of them, according to England’s Crown Prosecution Service
- Giggs, the coach of the Welsh national team, has released a statement saying he will plead not guilty to the charges
- Welsh football authorities say Giggs will not be in charge of the team at the Euro 2020 finals
The 47-year-old Giggs, the men’s national coach since 2018, was ordered to appear in court on Wednesday. He had been under investigation since his arrest last year.
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