In the wake of David Moyes’ rather abrupt Old Trafford departure on Tuesday morning, one-club servant Ryan Giggs has been appointed Manchester United manager for the remaining four fixtures of their Premier League campaign, with fellow Class of ’92 graduates Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Phil Neville operating as his backroom staff.
But what should we expect from the Welshman exactly as he takes the Old Trafford helm? What can we expect from the Red Devils under his leadership over the course of the next four games?
Considering this is his first ever managerial appointment, it’s difficult to tell. But the 40-year-old gave a few hints this morning during his inaugural press conference at Carrington, so with that in mind, here’s a list of FIVE things we can expect from the Premier League champions under their new interim gaffer.