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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