Ryan Giggs predicting ‘good times’ will return for Manchester United
Louis van Gaal set to be confirmed as Red Devils manager this week
May 7th, 2014
Ryan Giggs may not play a competitive match at Old Trafford again following Tuesday night’s 3-1 win against Hull City which saw the Welshman appear as a late substitute.
The Manchester United legend is currently in interim charge of the team before Louis van Gaal takes charge of the team this summer, with Giggs making an emotional speech to the Old Trafford faithful after the game.
The 40-year-old thanked the supporters for their backing during a difficult season and predicts that more success will be achieved for the most successful club of the Premier League era.
“Your support this year has never changed, you have always supported the team and the staff. I’m sure in the coming years we will bring you more success.
“I would just like to say, keep supporting us, you have seen a little glimpse of the future, and this is what this club is about.
“It never stands still, we always give youth a chance and we try and play attractive football.
“Sometimes we don’t win, but we give it our all. Keep supporting us and the good times will come back soon.”
James Wilson was barely known to anyone until last night’s game against Hull where the young striker was given a first-team debut and he scored twice against a leaky Tigers defence.
“It’s always been the way at United, to give young players a chance,” Giggs told Sky Sports.
“He is a good player, he is exciting. He has trained with us the last couple of days and not looked out of place, and so has Tom.
“It’s great to have kids who have been at the club for so long. I think they have all been at the club since they were eight.”