Politics: Justice: Giggs describes as a violent man with "oppressive" behavior on the first day of his trial

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Ryan Giggs was accused this Monday of "physical violence as psychological" on his ex-partner first day of his trial. Accusations that the former winger of Manchester United refutes but who led him to resign from his post of Wales coach as the 2022 World Cup approaches. The 48-year-old ex-player, who won two Champions Leagues in the Red Devils jersey, entered the serious air, flanked by his lawyers in the Manchester Minshull Street, where Judge Hilary Manley opened the planned trial To last two weeks.

Giggs pleads not guilty of the domestic violence against him, liable to a maximum sentence of five years in prison. He is accused of having attacked his former partner, Kate Gerville, during a violent dispute on November 1, 2020. The police were called to Giggs' home. He must also answer for the offense of holding behavior on his partner during their relationship, which had started in 2017 and ended on the day of the facts alleged. This head of prosecution covers facts of "isolation, lowering, humiliation, harassment, degradation and ill -treatment".

A "toxic and harmful" relationship "

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at the hearing, the representative of the prosecution Peter Wright told the jurors that Mr. Giggs was responsible for" a multitude of physical violence as psychological, against a woman that he says he loves ". "The accused's behavior has become more and more oppressive," said Wright, describing the relationship between him and Kate Greville as "toxic and harmful". Giggs, arrested at his home in November 2020 and released, is also charged with violence on the sister of her ex-partner, Emma Gerville.

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Your Browser DES NOT Support This Video according to Mr. Wright, Ryan Giggs attacked Kate violently Greville and his sister, injuring his partner with the elbow and the lips. During a preliminary hearing in April 2021, he challenged the accusations brought against him and pleaded not guilty. His trial was initially scheduled in January but had to be postponed due to the size of the courts. Judge Hilary Manley enjoined the jurors on Monday not "going to Google", asking them to "put aside" what they could read on the case in the media.

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Mr. Giggs chose lawyer Chris Daw, who defends big names in sport like the former Chelsea captain John Terry, acquitted in 2012 by British justice in an insult case Racists against player Anton Ferdinand, the previous year, during a match in the England championship. Giggs resigned from his post as Wales coach in June. "I do not want the country's preparations for the World Cup to be affected, destabilized or endangered in any way by continuous interest around this case," he said.

As a player, Giggs notably won 13 Premier League titles. The midfielder began his coach career at Old Trafford, taking the temporary direction at the end of the 2013-14 season, after the dismissal of David Moyes, before working as a assistant to Louis Van Gaal for two years. He was appointed in January 2018 coach of the Welsh team, whom he led in the round of 16 of the last euro, last year. The 2022 World Cup will be the fourth participation of Wales in a major competition since the 1958 World Cup.

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