Whatever happened to Ryan Giggs's first Manchester United team?
Ryan Giggs made his debut for Manchester United as a 35th-minute substitute in the 2-0 defeat by Everton at Old Trafford on 2 March 1991. But what happened to his team-mates from that day?
The goalkeeper joined Aston Villa in 1991, before finishing his playing career at West Ham. He stayed as their goalkeeping coach but died from a heart attack in 2001
Won the treble alongside Giggs in 1999. He joined Wolves in 2002 and retired in 2004. Now works as a pundit for MUTV and RTE
Joined Chelsea in 1992 and retired two years later. He then had a spell as Northern Ireland's Under-19 coach
Joined Middlesbrough in 1998 after several successful years at United. Retired in 2001 he works as a pundit and in 2010 was appointed operations director at former club Darlington
Retired in 2008 and works helping youngsters gain qualifications and employment in the west Cheshire area. He also coaches Chester FC's U16 side
Left United in 1994 and after a spell managing in North Wales now coaches United's Under-15s
Joined Internazionale in 1995. Retired in 2007 and had spells managing Macclesfield, MK Dons, Blackburn, and until 2011, Notts County
Left United in 1994 and is now manager of Peterborough United
Left United for Leeds in 1996 and retired in 2004. Since then has appeared on numerous television programmes, worked as an after-dinner speaker and been involved in other promotional work
Left United in 1993 and retired in 1995 after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Set up the Danny Wallace Foundation to raise money to help those suffering from the illness
Joined Motherwell in 1998 and retired the same year. Has been the director of United's youth academy since 2006
Left United on a free transfer for Bournemouth in 1993. Retired five years later and is now Bournemouth's Disability and Social Inclusion Officer
Has gone on to make a further 861 appearances for Manchester United, winning 11 Premier League titles and two European Cups