Manchester United fans are behind manager Jose Mourinho and rightly so, but in the recent flurry of speculation about his future, one thing has stood out: If he was to go, there is no obvious replacement.
The best coaches have jobs, bar Zinedine Zidane, who has been widely touted as a successor. Although highly speculative, the story will persist and more so when -- as he did on Spanish television at the weekend -- Zidane says that he would like to return to coaching soon.
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New Wales coach Ryan Giggs will find his playing career counts for little when he takes charge of his first match next month, according to the national women's team manager Jayne Ludlow.
Giggs was appointed as Chris Coleman's replacement last month, and his first game comes on March 22 when Wales take on the hosts in the China Cup in Nanning. They will then play either Uruguay or Czech Republic a few days later.
Ludlow, like Giggs, was Wales most decorated player before taking charge of the women's...
Ryan Giggs has refused to rule out the prospect of former Manchester United team-mate Paul Scholes joining his Wales coaching team.
Giggs is yet to confirm his backroom staff after signing a four-year contract to take over from Chris Coleman as Wales boss.
Scholes, who served as assistant when Giggs took charge of United for four games in 2014, has been linked with the job. And Giggs has hinted that they are already in discussions.
"I speak to Scholesy all the time. I saw him on Saturday at Salford...
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs says he is "excited" to start his new role with a football academy in Vietnam.
Giggs has signed up for a two-year stint as a technical director at PVF football academy.
The 43-year-old visited for the first time earlier this month and will return to help train players and coaches.
He said: "It's just a consultancy role so it requires me to go two or three times a year for a week or so. I'm not going out there full-time. It's exciting.
"I think lots of places in...
Romelu Lukaku will need to improve if he is to become a success at Manchester United, Ryan Giggs has told Sky Sports.
Lukaku, 24, has hit the ground running since his £75 million move from Everton, scoring three goals in six preseason games this summer, but Giggs insists he will need to get better if he wants to be a hit at Old Trafford.
He said: "Manchester United needed some new blood and the injury to Zlatan Ibrahimovic removed the question as to whether he was replaced. Romelu Lukaku...