Ryan Giggs hasn't committed a crime.

@debs90 (547)
India
June 11, 2011 12:17pm CST
I am not a ManU supporter neither a Giggs fan. But still I don't like the controversies surrounding Giggs scandals. Footballers should be judged by their on-field performance not by their off-field events. Also if you see the pictures of Imogen Thomas you will find that Giggs is innocent.
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@skysuccess (8882)
• Singapore
13 Jun 11
debs90, I agree with you 100% that what he did is NOT a crime but it does not mean that he is Right. The events that unfolded clearly has implication on how he carries himself off the field. I am sure that his responsibilities as a professional footballer is being fulfilled on the field however, you are wrong to say that his off the field conduct can be ignored. The very minute when he signed on endorsements, he has to fulfill his contracts' moral clause where sponsors' products are being purchased by discriminating consumers. I know that his affairs may be private but I believe a lot would disagree with his gagging order on Imogen and the affair with his sister-in-law which has been ongoing right into their marriages. I do not know about you but I personally would not even want to associate myself with whatever products he is endorsing. Because, I feel that my money is being used by him to conduct his immoral activities and promiscuous lifestyle.
@debs90 (547)
• India
13 Jun 11
yeah..this is what I was looking for..He didn't performed a crime but he did a thing which will cost him his reputation. He has approached the twilight phase of his career and he was considered as a legend. But this scandals will certainly degrade his image.
• Indonesia
15 Jun 11
I'm a ManUtd fans. I don't like what Ryan has done regarding all his scandals (if it's all true). But I also don't like how media treat him either. So, I'm 100% agree with you.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
11 Jun 11
Whatever you say, Giggs unnecessarily has sullied his legacy with all these scandals. As a sportsperson he has been an ideal role model, but just when he was supposed to become immortal, these scandals have really put an hold on this. Sleeping with his sister in law and with others is really not acceptable. You can be a superstar or whatever, but when you get involved in such acts you definitely take the risk of losing everything that you have worked hard for!! Cheers! Ram
@debs90 (547)
• India
11 Jun 11
You can see that I have started this discussion in a funny manner. I was not very serious. He is one of the best footballers. He should not have done this to his family. I don't support his actions. Just these things are becoming so common that we are now indifferent to these things.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
11 Jun 11
I agree this is getting too common these days. But I do not see any way this can get rectified soon. With more and more money flowing into the game and with media wanting such stories, I think there is enough scope to create such incidents!! Cheers! Ram
@yoniarnon (1081)
• Israel
15 Jun 11
I agree with you, and i think no one should enter his pants he can do what even he want, like a normal people, as long he ain't doing any crimes...
@b22222d (13)
13 Jun 11
I don't believe he did that , even if Ian not from his fans
@sjlskl (3384)
• Singapore
12 Jun 11
The problem arises because footballers are looked upon as role model. People expect them to be squeaky clean with no dirt tarnishing their private life. But they forgotten that footballers are still humans and it is unlikely that they will be "tabloid" free.