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United - Giggs Looks Ahead!

Not all great players make great managers and there appears to be no common pattern when it comes to looking at the reason why.

With several of the current crop of players approaching the twilight stage of their career, it`ll be interesting to see if Gary Neville, Paul Scholes or Ryan Giggs actually move into the managers` role.

Neville and Scholes have given very little indication of their intentions but Giggs has stepped forward to declare his intentions and as you`d expect from a player of his quality, he`s aiming high, remarking to the media about his intentions,

"I think I will probably finish my career here."

"I am at an age now where it is coming to an end pretty soon. I cannot see myself dropping down leagues and playing at a lesser level."

"If you do decide to go into management fro me the ultimate jobs are Wales and Manchester United, purely because I have played for my country and for the team I supported. Those two would be the best ones for me."

"If that was to happen I shouldn`t think I`d be able to take over straight away. So if I was to go into management I would have to go elsewhere and be very successful - then come back."


It`ll certainly be interesting to see where Ryan starts out if he aims to fulfill his ambitions!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 4 2010

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

Best of luck to him in what ever he decides to do when his career does end.
TheFamousNo7
if he's looking for inspiration - look no further than the West Brom guy - started at MK Dons and looks to be doing a great job.
Red Boy
just heard he's got his third biography out - what's going on lads!
JuvenileD
 

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