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Would he be better off forging his own path at Man United?

Date: 6th May 2014 at 6:15pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Interim Manchester United manager Ryan Giggs will face a number of career-defining conundrums this summer. After an incredible 24 campaigns in the Red Devils midfield, does the Welshman finally hang up his boots? Subsequently, should he continue down the coaching path laid out for him by higher powers at Old Trafford, with Giggs widely tipped to be announced assistant to the incoming Louis van Gaal and one day become the Dutchman's successor? Or would he be better off forging his own career in the Premier League management racket? Some of these decisions won't be in Giggs' hands. For starters, whether he continues to feature in every Premier League campaign to date will depend on the wishes of the next permanent United boss. Likewise, at this moment in time it remains unclear whether van Gaal will accept the Welsh icon as his assistant next season - it's not as if the former Eredivise, Bundesliga, La Liga and Champions League winner will struggle for candidates to work as his No.2. But Giggs will have some say over where he ends up next season, which in many ways is the most crucial question; does he request to stay within the Old Trafford framework, or does he cut his own apron strings, before one day coming home to roost? Ending a 25 year spell so abruptly is never easy but the notion of doing so is already on the Welshman's mind, ... Read More


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