Giggs facing spell out

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says Ryan Giggs is facing a spell on the sidelines after picking up a hamstring injury.
 
Giggs had to be withdrawn from United's 2-2 draw against Bolton on Sunday in the 53rd minute and Ferguson admits the Welshman's prospects do not look healthy.
 
The United boss also saw Wayne Rooney forced off after a subdued display, with the England striker putting ice on his left ankle after being replaced.
 
United next face Valencia in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night and the Scot said Giggs will be missing for a 'couple of weeks'.
 
But he was more optimistic about Rooney's prospects and believes the player will feature in Spain.
 
Ferguson said: "Ryan is the most serious, it's a hamstring and I'm afraid he will be out for a couple of weeks.
 
"I'm sure Wayne will get ready for Wednesday."
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