Holloway questions push for Giggs to be given Man Utd job

Millwall boss Ian Holloway has questioned the prospects of Manchester United naming Ryan Giggs as fulltime manager.

Millwall boss Ian Holloway has questioned the prospects of Manchester United naming Ryan Giggs as fulltime manager.

Holloway wrote in the People: "After playing their part in David Moyes’ departure from Old ­Trafford, there now seems to be a determination among the United faithful to install Ryan Giggs as manager – and the rest of the Class of ’92 as his backroom staff.

"Ryan’s interim reign certainly got off to the perfect start last week, when the team he ­inherited gave Norwich a 4-0 thrashing.

"Yesterday’s surprise defeat by Sunderland took some shine off that, but one day Giggsy might become a top manager.

"Some even believe that’s what he is destined to be – but football doesn’t work like that.

"Just because you have been one of the best players in the history of the game – and let’s be honest, Ryan is right up there – doesn’t mean you are destined to replicate that success as a manager."

 
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