English Premiership

Giggs has managerial appetite

2014-11-25 14:09
Ryan Giggs (AFP)

Cape Town – Ryan Giggs admits that his hunger to manage Manchester United has increased following his short stint last season.

According to SkySports, Giggs released a new DVD called “The Life of Ryan” which entails mostly of his four game spell as manager at Old Trafford.

“I enjoyed it,” says Giggs.

“I can see why so many people go back for more because no matter what’s happened, if they’ve ended in disappointment in a job, the buzz that you get when you win and preparing the team through the week and then seeing it materialise at the weekend it’s a great feeling and a great satisfaction.

“Of course there’s highs and lows throughout the week and things that you don’t expect but that’s all the excitement, you never know what’s going to come next.”

Giggs, who has made over 950 appearances for United, does not side away that if the opportunity to manage outside of Red Devils arises he will have to really think about it as he has been at the club since the age of 13.

“I’ve been at the club for so long, that I’m familiar with the club but if I want to further my coaching career or managing career and if it’s not at Manchester United then so be it but I’ll just have to wait and see.”

Meanwhile, United are at home to Hull City as they will look to get another three points to solidify their Uefa Champions League qualification for next season.

The match is scheduled for Saturday, November 29 at 17:00.

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