Wales has been forced to cancel a news conference following an assault allegation surrounding first-team coach Ryan Giggs.
In a statement issued by police, they confirmed to have received a call of alleged disturbance at a house on November 1st.
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A woman in her 30’s reported to have been assaulted by a 46-year-old man something that Giggs denied through his lawyers handling the matter.
He was immediately bailed out ahead of Wales clash with Ireland and Denmark as well as the day meant to reveal the teams first eleven squad.
The country through the governing body FAW revealed to have received the news and that they will not any statement yet.
Ryan Giggs who is also a former Manchester United player has won a number of trophies with the Red Devils including two Champions league, 13 Premier League titles and four FA cups.