Manchester United Football Club and Ryan Giggs are still deciding as to whether the pair should part ways and end an almost thirty-year association between the two parties – and last night, Giggsy made his punditry debut on ITV.
The 42-year-old handled himself brilliantly as a whole, and his analysis of the game was great. If he chose to pursue this as a career path, then he’d certainly could make a real go of it.
However, whilst talking about the possibility of England’s search for a new manager, you couldn’t help but feel Ryan Giggs is still gutted he didn’t get the biggest job in football – the Manchester United managerial job.
He was asked about what England should potentially do next, and he sneakily said that the Three Lions should ‘stick to the plan’ and ‘promote from within’. As he hinted that the country should stick to the tried and tested (like himself), rather than bringing in a foreign coach (Mourinho).
At the end of the day it could be purely harmless and just a coincidence, but you cannot help but feel it was some sort of dig at the United board for not giving him his chance.
The Welsh Wizard also suggested that Louis van Gaal could be a potential option for the recently vacated England job. I’m sure the majority of the country would have to disagree with him, though.