Ryan Giggs to be Next Wales Boss, MUFC Legend Lands First Manager Job


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Multiple outlets are reporting that Ryan Giggs now has his first ever permanent managerial job. The Football Association of Wales will announce the Manchester United legend as the replacement for Chris Coleman at a press conference in Cardiff at 2pm on Monday.

Ryan Giggs, who will reportedly sign a four year deal to lead the Wales National Team, was capped 64 times for the Dragons, and he was with Manchester United for 29 years in some capacity. This nearly three decade long tenure included a four game stint as caretaker manager once David Moyes was sacked in the spring of 2014.


Additionally, he also held an assistantship under Louis van Gaal for two seasons (2014-2016). However, there was no longer a place for him, one of the most decorated players in football history, once the Jose Mourinho era began.

Since then Ryan Giggs has struggled to find a managerial position, until now. Surely, the endorsement of former Stoke City and Wales boss Mark Hughes didn’t hurt.

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