Ryan Giggs: Interim boss of Manchester United

Posted on April 25, 2014 at 11:22 am

Ryan Giggs has been announced as the Manchester United interim boss following David Moyes being sacked. Giggs, now 40 years old has been in the squad since 1992 and enjoyed a wide array of successes in his career. Playing over 962 games Manchester United fans are eager to see the transition from player to coach.

After being under the football coaching legend Sir Alex Ferguson he has now embraced the challenge ahead of him. With 4 matches left in the season he and the team are in high spirits, even though they are sitting 7th in the league behind Tottenham.

Taking the “dream come true” role on with open arms, he has supported the team since the tender age of 13. Giggs sought some advice from Sir Alex Ferguson and placed fellow “Class of 92” team members Paul Scholes, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt as part of the coaching team.

The upcoming game on the 26th April against Norwich City will mark Ryan Giggs first official coaching debut for the Man Utd legend that win or lose will go down in the clubs history.

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