Ryan Giggs Declares Interest In Two Premier League Managerial Posts

Aubrey Yates
October 24, 2017

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Manchester United legend and former Wales captain Ryan Giggs has confirmed his interest in the managerial vacancies at Everton and Leicester City.

The two clubs are without a manager after Leicester firstly dismissed Craig Shakespeare following their draw against West Bromwich Albion, whilst Everton parted company with Ronald Koeman after his Toffees side lost 5-2 to Arsenal on Sunday.

The English Premier League has completed just nine games, and already three managers have been fired.

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"One player who has attracted a lot of criticism is Victor Lindelof but he certainly shouldn't be written off yet", Giggs wrote in his Sky Sports column. "I want to improve clubs and players, to enjoy working for them and for players to enjoy the challenge".

'There are clubs in the Premier League which would be good jobs but also in the Championship and League One.

Giggs has previous management experience having been an assistant to both David Moyes and Louis van Gaal at Manchester United and having also taken charge at Old Trafford as a caretaker manager for a short period of time in 2014. The former midfielder had made the decision to take a sabbatical from football, though still maintained that he has always meant to return to management with an ambitious club.

As more television revenues pour in for EPL clubs, the pressure mounts to stay up, and owners of relegated-threatened clubs are less willing to give managers a chance to turn things around. However, the reaction towards his comments hasn't been positive.

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