Friday, July 5, 2013

MANCHESTER UNITED TECHNICAL BENCH




Moyes is creating Man U for today and for the future. By taking Phil Neville and Ryan Giggs it means that Man U has started to adapt FC Barcelona style when they gave ex player Pep Guardiola a chance to manage the team.



David Moyes. New Man United Coach
Photo by:www.premierleague.com

The coming of Phil Neville and Ryan Giggs in the technical bench of Manchester United means that the team has a long term plan by making sure that the treasures of long time serving players are not wasted for nothing. The shadows of Fergie will still be reflecting the back end of Man U. On the side of Ryan Giggs, he has been at Man U as a player since 1991. This is a very long time experience needed by the team which has been playing successfully for more than 15 years in the English premier league.

Giggs has won two champions league with United as a player in both 1999 and 2008. His experience in UEFA champions’ league is a great thing for a team coach. He knows how to fight with other teams outside EPL.

 Other teams like Real Madrid should follow this trend for more success in the team. Look for example, Pep Guardiola, he played for Barcelona previously and he was doing a coaching role for the youngsters of FC Barcelona before he was elected to be FC Barcelona coach.



Ryan Giggs has Joined Man U technical bench.
Photo by:www.thelast1augh.wordpress.com 

 No one expected Pep to take a team from Frank Rijkaard and win everything in 2009. On my view Man U is sailing in the right direction for recruiting their legends in the technical bench. Giggs has been participating in crucial matches and he is still magnificent in his age of 40. In future either Phil or Ryan can be given the opportunity to coach the team once Moyes becomes of age.

By scoring 168 goals in 941 matches, it means that Giggs can motivate the players for more success, with patience and hard work.