Read more here: "Especially on the kick-off when he got that ball," flanker Yannick Nyanga said when asked about Ryan's impact.
"He brings a lot of experience to us, because we have a lot of talent in the team but not a lot of experience, we are learning.
"He and I just had a chat inside after in the cloakroom," he said.
"He's a fantastic guy, a Munster guy, a world-class player.
If you just looked at the hype around him all week, we knew that he's a big-moment player and that last one there on the touchline, that was a pretty big moment for a look to chase that after 75 minutes, pretty special.
"I think that's the beauty of rugby, you could see the respect all the players have for him when he got into the changing room.
While coaching for the Giants, Fassel lived in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey.
Fassel played briefly with The Hawaiians of the WFL in 1974, and became an assistant coach during the 1974 WFL season.The most notable loss was a 39-38 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the 2002 postseason, in which they lost a 38-14 third quarter lead.During the 2003 season, injuries decimated the Giants and he was fired amidst some controversy.In January 2009, Fassel was named coach of the Las Vegas entrant into the United Football League.The Locos finished the regular season 4-2 and defeated the 6-0 Florida Tuskers in the first UFL Championship Game.I think it's mutual respect, some of their coaches also came in and that's why I'm in rugby."For a massive battle outside, and we would love to get that four or five points but we didn't win that last five minutes, but at the end of the day it's a game and we love to be part of it." Ryan did speak to a couple of broadcasters after the game and said he enjoyed the "weird" experience of facing his old team."Simon speaks a bit of French, I know him from some parties! "When you see the game he played today, he's an exciting player to have in your side.We look forward to having him." Sinead Kissane "If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast" - Ernest Hemingway, 'A Moveable..."He knew exactly the way they think, you know that Munster have the same game-plan for a long time, but the execution is perfect," he said.While his old mates were happy to see him, they were fully aware of the impact he'd had on the game.