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Giggs: Boss Still Obsessed

Vital United have already brought you the news that Fergie doesn't intend to retire any time soon - Giggs is definitely not surprised.

'He will retire some time but I cannot see it in the near future,' Ryan said. 'He has a hunger for the game and is enjoying it more than ever.

'He is enjoying the way the team plays. His desire is there for all to see as well.

'He has brought exciting young players to the club and I am sure he will want to see it through and watch them fulfil their potential,'

'It is exciting for all of us, like myself, players who have been here a long time.'


And for the fans, too. Why change such an exciting set-up, eh?




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 7 2008

Time: 7:14PM

Your Comments

Giggs will probably be a manager before Fergie goes...
The_Legend_Of_Zola
never heard that he's got managerial ambitions but who knows?
Vidicinho
Fergie is a typical example of someone who is keeping the dole queue so long - retire man you're 65+
merlin
fergie is the man
1888scott
 

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