Manchester United legend, Ryan Giggs is a household name at the club owing to his history and track record as a player.
There is a growing wish that an opportunity will be given to Giggs to replicate the success he had as a player, as the manager at Old Trafford.
The result from Giggs’ first competitive game in charge of Wales has given a hint of his would-be ability when he gets along in the job.
While it was obvious that he wasn’t ready yet, Giggs said Yes to the request to take charge of United for the final four games of the season following David Moyes’ sacking. He didn’t do badly though.
The final games he handled gave him an idea of what he should expect as a top manager, the experience, management of players and also taking charge of the dressing room.
The short experience came to an end with the recruitment of Louis van Gaal, from whom he learnt a lot but his end at United came to an end with the recruitment of Jose Mourinho as he was not willing to work with the Portuguese.
As soon as it came calling, he picked up the job as Wales national team coach earlier in January after missing out on Swansea job.
In his first competitive game as a manager, Giggs made a statement with a 4-1 victory over Ireland and the traits of United as attacking football, wingers, pressing high up the field and using a blend of youth and experience was visible of the 44-year-old’s team.
This is the reason why there are insinuations that he could be handed United to manage in the nearest future.
But a condition must be met before a dream reign as United’s manager is actualized and that is not far from delivering success for Wales, leaving a legacy and then proving himself in the Premier League.
Once that has been fulfilled, then the legend will be considered as a contender for the job.