Giggs: Fergie boys are back in town
I don’t know how many people would have accepted the challenge to lead Red Devils after 27 years of Alex Ferguson reign.
David Moyes did it. And lost.
After the last Saturday’s defeat 2-0 against Everton, he was sacked. Twist of fate: Everton was he team coached by Moyes for 11 years, another reign full of satisfactions.
But the challenge of becoming the heir of Sir Alex turned out too difficult for Moyes.
The worst Manchester United since 1990 will not reach 70 pts and David will not see the end of the season of the bench.
His place will be taken by Ryan Giggs, another legend of the club, wearing Red Devils jersey since 1990. Another twist of fate.
Ryan would be a player-manager, deputy until next June. Then it would be the turn of someone else. Maybe Klopp.
But the image of Ryan Giggs leading his team, has he’s always done in these 24 years, with the keys of the dressing room in his hand is really fascinating. And who knows if, after a legend on field, we can find another legend on the bench? He has the stigma, Sir Alex Ferguson guarantees for him.
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