It seems like Louis van Gaal has enough to think about, with the Netherlands World Cup preparation, Manchester United’s squad overhaul and also who will make up his backroom staff.
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Manchester Executive Vice Chairman has said that club legend Paul Scholes will be offered a coaching role at the club and he would like to discuss his future involvement.
The Netherlands boss is currently with the national side in Portugal, for a pre-World Cup training camp and is totally focused on giving the ‘Oranje Army’ something to celebrate.
The last of Manchester United’s ‘Class of 92’ members has hung up his boots, Ryan Giggs ended his playing career in order to take up his new role as assistant manager.
There it is then. The unthinkable has actually happened and come july 1st 2013, Manchester United will have a new manager at the helm. A certain Glaswegian who has made a name for himself at Everton, who on a shoestring budget has wheeled and dealt his way to making a consistent side that over the years, has steadily enhanced its reputation.
Ever since stating he wished to leave Manchester United back in 2010, Wayne Rooney has never been too far away from speculation linking him with a move away from Old Trafford.
There is no doubting his ability as a footballer, and what he can do to opponents on his day.
Everybody has a favourite player but for me I have two which share that honour and one of them is Ryan Giggs. The other being our 38 year old magician Paul Scholes.
Now, where do I start? What should have been a memorable night for the fantastic football on show, two European giants at the top of their game, will be ultimately remembered for a flick of the boot and a flash of red.
The 2nd March 1991 is a day that will forever have a place in the hearts of every Manchester United fan.
On this day 22 years ago, Ryan Giggs made his Premier League debut, and the legacy of one of the greatest players of the Premier League era began.
Historically the style of play that Manchester United uses focuses primarily on their wingers.
Look over the archives and the Red Devils have been blessed with some aesthetically gifted footballers in these areas from George Best, Norman Whiteside, Ryan Giggs and Cristiano Ronaldo, to name just four.
QPR prepared for the visit of the Champions elect on a freezing February day by producing a pitch that makes Old Trafford look like a bowling green. That cold, hard, bobbly surface was presumably designed to bring us down to their level, and it largely worked.
However one man stood head and shoulders above everyone else on the field. Ryan Giggs.
Manchester United beat QPR 2-0 at Loftus Road yesterday and it was a comprehensive win.
Set on their way by a wonder goal from Rafael (you sure he’s a Right Back!?), United overcame the blow of Robin van Persie’s first-half substitution through a hip injury to go on and win the game via a Ryan Giggs goal. Here are the five talking points from the match: