Manchester United interim boss not focussing on long term job

Manchester United caretaker manager Ryan Giggs has played down talk of him becoming the long term boss at Old Trafford, as reported by Sky Sports.

United thumped Norwich yesterday thanks to goals from Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata in Giggs’ first game in charge.

No doubt that calls will now be made for the winger to become the full time boss but Giggs is solely focussing on the final three games of the season to ensure United finish in the highest position possible.

“It’s not something that I’m thinking of at the moment. It’s just these four games,” Giggs said.

“It’s taken so much out of me this week that I haven’t really had time to look too far into the future. My job now is to get the players ready for Sunderland.”

“They’ve just said to me, ‘You’ve got the job for four games’. That’s one down, three to go.

“As far as I’m concerned, that’s where my concentration is. I’ll do the job to the best of my ability and then after that we’ll just have to wait and see what happens.”

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