Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is eager to start working as a manager, but talking to the Daily Mail he made it clear that he won’t rush himself into a decision he will not be 100% comfortable with.
I feel like I’ve done my apprenticeship with two years of brilliant education under Louis [van Gaal]. If the right club and the right chairman comes along, I’ll be ready
the former Wales international said, admitting that he is being picky, but for good reason.
I’d rather go into a decent League One or Championship team, who’ve got the right ideas and the right aspirations, than a Premier League team who haven’t. Very easily your reputation can be ruined in that first job
Giggs said. As for clubs that have already contacted him, he didn’t mind revealing one.
The only one I can really say is Swansea
the Old Trafford legend said, verifying the rumours that existed when the job at Swansea was available, before he Welsh club agreed terms with Paul Clement.
As for his… epic career as a player, Giggs actually seems to consider it a burden(!) now that he wants to start working as a manager. Why?
It frustrates me when you hear people say, ‘You can’t just expect to walk into any job’. Well, I think it works against me actually. It can stop you getting jobs. It can hinder, not help. They see the player rather than the coach
were the words of the former Man United captain.