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Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs, who has every medal in his kitty as a player, now wants to be a coach at Old Trafford and take part in the management of the team.


London, Aug 15 : Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs, who has every medal in his kitty as a player, now wants to be a coach at Old Trafford and take part in the management of the team.

Giggs admitted that he wants to follow in the footsteps of other veterans at Old Trafford like Steve Bruce, Mark Hughes, Roy Keane, Bryan Robson and Paul Ince.

"My aim would be to manage either Manchester United or Wales," News of the World quoted Giggs, as saying.

Giggs turns 37 in November, and has treated every season at United since he was 30 as if it was his last as a player.

"I don't think I'll know whether I'll cope with the aggravation until I've finished playing and say 'what do I do now?' Football is such a massive part of my life and to just stop in your late 30s and do nothing is tough.

"Even though there is so much stress involved, I think a lot of players become managers and really enjoy it. I think Roy Keane really enjoys it," Giggs said.

Giggs still has the feeling, just like any other player, that he could be cast aside at any moment. It is what has driven him to succeed, even before making his debut against Everton back in 1991.

"My medals are something I'll look back on in years to come. What motivates me from year to year is something as simple as seeing a young player produce a bit of skill, or in my case, seeing Rafael bombing past you in training," he said.

ANI

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