Ryan Giggs: My Goal is to Revive Manchester United’s Spirit
By Lou Ramon Aguila | April 30, 2014 7:53 PM EST
Ryan Giggs is looking to bring back the philosophy inculcated by Sir Alex Ferguson during his tenure with the Manchester United.
With the ouster of David Moyes, Giggs assumed the head coaching role for the Reds on interim basis. However, despite the uncertainty of his position, the Manchester United legend said his goal is to revive the spirit of teamwork within the most storied football franchise in England.
"It is going to be my philosophy," he told his first news conference in charge. "It's going to be Manchester United's philosophy because I have been here all my career. I want the players to play with passion, tempo, be brave, imagination, all the things I expect of a Manchester United player. Work hard, but most of all enjoy it. As a player I know if I am enjoying the game, I can express myself more."
"I think everyone shares responsibility," he explained. "You win together and you lose together. Everyone involved this season hasn't been to the standards of Manchester United. It's as simple as that."
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