Manchester United player-coach Ryan Giggs has revealed they can handle difficult personalities at the club.

The Daily Mail says Giggs makes the comments in the first issue of Performance, produced by the Leaders in sport brand, for which the United great was interviewed by Professor Chris Brady from the Cass Business School.

Giggs says: "You need a group of seven or eight players who are going to be reliable week in and week out.' But he will accept problem player 'game-changers' with Brady writing that Giggs believes: 'The solid citizens in the team will put up with their relative unreliability for the benefit of the collective."

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