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With Gary Neville having decided to hang up his boots with immediate effect, it remains to be seen what his next move is.

Some are suggesting that Gary will move into the football punditry arena whilst others are hoping he stays involved, in some way, at Old Trafford.

Ryan Giggs, who looks set to extend his United career, has given his own views on how he perceives what are now being viewed as the golden-oldies, would get on in the managerial ring, remarking to the red-top media,

"Gary would be a brilliant assistant manager because he is so focused and organised. He could do day-to-day coaching."

"He gets his point across well on the training pitch. I wouldn`t be great at that. I`m better face-to-face, so probably better at management."

"I`m not sure about David Beckham (becoming a manager), but Scholesy will get involved, though probably not as a manager, and Phil (Neville) will definitely be a manager."

"I hope I can be a good manager. I like helping players and improving them, but the `life expectancy` of a manager is just 18 months, so you don`t get too long."

It remains to be seen in the future, who does go on to make a name for themselves in that decidedly dodgy arena.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 4 2011

Time: 4:09PM

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doubt if any of them will make it big time in management!
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04/02/2011 20:14:00

Nevs would definately be a very good coach, maybe defensive rather than first team however.
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