Ryan Giggs appeared in an interview for the free managerial position of the Welsh national team, British media reported on Friday. Manchester United`s legendary footballer has been working as a TV commentator after his career at Old Trafford. 44-year-old Giggs was an assistant to the head of the former red boss manager Luis van Gaal. United and Giggs parted in 2016 when the Dutchman left England`s 20-time champions. Wales is without a manager after breaking up with Chris Colman in November. The specialist brought the `dragons` to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 in France. 47-year-old Colman took Sunderland late last year. `I know the team and the work, we have a world class player in Gareth Bale`s face, we have other strong footballers and young talented players, ` said Giggs to the Times, .
Giggs, who has had 64 matches mentioned by contact with winning soccer tips
with the Wales team, was United`s temporary manager after leaving David Mose in the spring of 2014. Mark Hughes, who works in Stoke City between 2013 and 2018, is the other candidate to take over the Welsh national team.
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