Are Giggs and the Class of ’92 the natural successors after Van Gaal?


The Twelfth Man

Louis van Gaal has been appointed as the new Manchester United manager, with interim manager Ryan Giggs named as his right-hand man. What will be the future once the 62-year old Dutchman leaves Old Trafford, though?

In an ideal world for the Old Trafford faithful, the probable Van Gaal regime would be littered with success in a sustainable amount of time with a natural successor waiting in the wings, somebody who knows the club and is a proven managerial success.

Ryan Giggs, who managed United to seven points from four matches and was amongst the field to take over full-time from David Moyes, will be a favourite once more to take over the reins when Van Gaal retires.

Of course, should the managerial position be opened publicly once more, speculation will blow a hole right through social media and news broadcasts—as it has done twice in a year.


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