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Could It Happen?

Although Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted that, despite his age, Ryan Giggs might be persuaded to play on for another season after this one, could Ryan be about to head in another direction?

With the untimely death of Gary Speed, the grapevine is suggesting that Wales could be looking towards one of its favourite sons to take over the managerial role with an insider remarking to the media,

"Ryan has never managed but he`s seen as a natural successor to Gary. At 38, he`s the right age to be on the same wavelength as our young team."

"We`ve had success with people in the same position."

"Wales was Mark Hughes` first job as a manger but he was a success."

"Gary had very limited experience as a manager but he did a great job."

"Our player`s and fans still haven`t got over his death."


There`s no doubt the appointment of Ryan as the Wales boss would provide a great pick-me-up for the Welsh but it`d be a huge loss for Manchester United.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 26 2011

Time: 11:23AM

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Hopefully not for another year atleast. Giggs' experience is invaluable and whilst he can't do it week in, week out nor can he keep up with the bigger sides midfield he has shown he can perform and be the difference against the smaller teams in the league and there's far more smaller teams than bigger teams in the league. He's also a great personality to have around the club and offers great advice and tutoring to the youngsters.
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