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Ryan Giggs wants his 'own team,' refutes links to Coleman's Wales job

Ryan Giggs
Ryan Giggs took temporary charge of Manchester United following David Moyes' departure.

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has reiterated his desire to break into management and have his "own team," but will not entertain thoughts of replacing Chris Coleman as Wales national team boss for now.

Giggs, 42, left United after Jose Mourinho's arrival, having spent the last couple of seasons as assistant coach to David Moyes and Louis van Gaal.

Mourinho reportedly offered Giggs a role within the club, but not as his assistant, and having been seen as the successor to Van Gaal's job, Giggs decided to leave Old Trafford.

Giggs has been on the lookout for a managerial role since, and could be in line to manage his country, should Chris Coleman move to Hull City.

The Football Association of Wales have rejected the Tigers' advances for their young manager who led Wales to the semifinals of Euro 2016, and Giggs refused to speculate on becoming Coleman's replacement.

"No. Chris Coleman is doing a fantastic job," Giggs said.

"Ultimately I want to be a coach, I want to be a manager. I want to have my own team.

"And of course I've got my own ideas, I've got my own thoughts on how the game should be played but I'm in no rush.

"I've had a tremendous education. I had a great two years working under Louis [van Gaal] -- a fantastic experience for me as a young coach to see someone like that up close first hand -- seeing how he works.

"And of course I've got my own ideas, I've got my own thoughts on how the game should be played but I'm in no rush.

"I'm enjoying life at the moment, how long that will last I don't know if I miss it. I don't miss it at the moment but ultimately I want to get back in the game as a manager."

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