Ryan Giggs' brother Rhodri reveals he's forgiven Man Utd star for having an affair with his wife

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Rhodri Giggs today revealed he has finally forgiven his brother, Wales national manager and former Man Utd star Ryan, for his eight-year long affair with his wife.
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