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With Ryan Giggs taking the reigns at Old Trafford until the end of the season, he’s more or less been given the blessing and backing off all and sundry, especially those associate with Man United.
Former teammates Bryan Robson, Steve Bruce, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, all of whom played with Giggsy at different stages of the verteran’s career, have backed him to do well.
While Robson admits to having never seen Giggs coach, Robson offeres the example of Guardiola at Barcelona as a possible route for Giggs, while Solkjaer quipped that a ‘Cardiff boy’ should do his own club a few favours in the relegation dogfight.
- Updated: April 25, 2014