In his first Manchester United team talk, Ryan Giggs told the players ‘its time to play like Manchester United again’. The 40-year old will take charge of his first match on Saturday evening as Norwich visit Old Trafford as their hunt for Premier League survival goes on.
Giggs will not be rewarded with the managers job on a full-time basis whatever happens, but its nice to see that he seemingly wants to go back to United’s roots; Pace and power.
According to the usually reliable Mark Ogden, both of Moyes’ signings as United manager, Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini, are being considered to be dropped from the side with the likes of Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck as replacements.
If true, this probably means that Danny Welbeck will be granted his wish of playing up front as a striker, with Wayne Rooney in-behind him taking Juan Mata’s spot. Tom Cleverley still hasn’t convinced many he’s good enough for United, and reports suggest he’s on the verge of sealing a move to Everton this year as he hasn’t yet been offered a new Manchester United contract.
Not many will be too disappointed that Fellaini has been dropped, but I’d imagine they’ll be uproar if Juan Mata is left on the bench.