Ryan Giggs: Sir Alex Ferguson gives evidence in court

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Former Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs is accused of using controlling and coercive behaviour against ex Kate Greville, as well as assaulting her and her sister Emma Greville.

Sir Alex Ferguson has told a court that Ryan Giggs has a “fantastic temperament” and he never saw him lose his temper, as he gave evidence at his former player’s assault trial.

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