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(Guardian)   Showing same acute ability to identify a natural head coach when he sees one, Sir Alex Ferguson advocates Manchester United interim manager Ryan Giggs getting the job permanently   (theguardian.com) divider line 10
    More: Unlikely, Ryan Giggs, head coaches, interim manager, Paul Scholes, David Moyes, Welshman  
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2014-04-26 06:14:43 PM
#BringBackMoyes

/Crystal Palace fan
 
2014-04-26 07:04:55 PM
media1.sulia.com

Seriously though, Giggs could be a good fit.
 
2014-04-26 08:40:36 PM
I think Giggs could turn out to be a very successful coach.  I was curious to see how Moyes would handle the situation when they hired him because I wasn't really sure that anyone would have succeeded, especially someone from the outside but I think that Giggs, Scholes and Butt will help turn the team around since they are familiar with the team and with how things need to be done in order to win.
 
2014-04-26 09:24:35 PM

detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: #BringBackMoyes

/Crystal Palace fan


Why haven't you been in the EPL threads this season? Palace has been doing great.
 
2014-04-26 09:28:25 PM

Langston: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: #BringBackMoyes

/Crystal Palace fan

Why haven't you been in the EPL threads this season? Palace has been doing great.


I get hungover a lot and I'm on the west coast.
 
2014-04-26 09:29:25 PM
Is anyone here in the Fark Premier League prediction thing?  How does that work because it sounds like it's a lot of fun.
 
2014-04-26 09:32:31 PM

orangehat: I think Giggs could turn out to be a very successful coach.  I was curious to see how Moyes would handle the situation when they hired him because I wasn't really sure that anyone would have succeeded, especially someone from the outside but I think that Giggs, Scholes and Butt will help turn the team around since they are familiar with the team and with how things need to be done in order to win.


After Moyes and this season, anybody would probably be popular in the dressing room. I don't think we'll see Giggs make any egregious mistakes in the last few games. They seemed to be flowing pretty well today, but today's game is hardly a barometer.

Wasn't Van Gaal tipped by the papers back home to have already signed?
 
2014-04-26 09:43:10 PM

detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I get hungover a lot and I'm on the west coast.


Yeah, me too. I try not to get too much in me when Arsenal is playing, but I'm a pretty early riser.

orangehat: Is anyone here in the Fark Premier League prediction thing?  How does that work because it sounds like it's a lot of fun.


A whole bunch of us are on predictor.talksport.com, we have a Fark-only league that we've done the last few years. Right now, nathanjr is leading, with wynswrld and midpoint in a tight race for second/third.
 
2014-04-27 08:10:06 PM
Odds on the next Man U manager:

Van Gaal is clear favourite, with odds of 1/4, 2/9 and the like.

BUT Giggsy is the second favourite, at 9/2, 6/1, 4/1.

By all accounts I've read recently, Van Gaal would be a fine pick. But, he's old, and only free after the world cup.

Giggs came up through the class of 92. He knows the club inside out; he's won his first game in charge. If he works the next few games properly, could he be the next Fergie?

Van Gaal has been successful, but there are only a few people who know more about Utd than Giggs.
 
2014-04-27 08:16:46 PM

iron de havilland: Odds on the next Man U manager:

Van Gaal is clear favourite, with odds of 1/4, 2/9 and the like.

BUT Giggsy is the second favourite, at 9/2, 6/1, 4/1.

By all accounts I've read recently, Van Gaal would be a fine pick. But, he's old, and only free after the world cup.

Giggs came up through the class of 92. He knows the club inside out; he's won his first game in charge. If he works the next few games properly, could he be the next Fergie?

Van Gaal has been successful, but there are only a few people who know more about Utd than Giggs.


Oh, I should probably add that I've got some vague memories of Fergie's Aberdeen side winning the league, then going on to beat Bayern Munich and farking Real Madrid from way back in the day.

Just demonstrates how important a good manager is.
 
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