Even though #GiggsOut trended on Twitter before KO against Norwich it was certainty a happy first game in charge for the Welshman. Man United easily dispatched the struggling Canaries despite not being at their best to get a much-needed three points after a tough week. It may be early days, but there is already talk of Giggs taking the role on a full-time basis despite rumours of Louis van Gaal’s possible arrival this summer. We think it could be a good idea to get the one-time wing wizard in properly, and here are three reasons why.

Knows the club

After serving under Sir Alex Ferguson throughout the entirety of the Premier League era (bar this season), there is no doubt that Giggs knows Old Trafford through and through.




Taught by the best

Love or hate Fergie, it’s impossible to argue with his record. The Scot has defined the last two decades of English football, and Giggs has been there through it all.

The players trust and respect him

Rumours suggest David Moyes lost the dressing room, but the same is unlikely to ever be said of Giggs. As a living United legend, the interim boss has the players’ respect, which was shown by some good moments at Old Trafford.