Manchester United legend and Wales manager Ryan Giggs has firmly backed under pressure United manager Jose Mourinho and said that he should definitely stay as manager.
Mourinho’s has had his worst days as United gaffer so far this season with many fans feeling dissatisfied by their teams lackluster display in the new season.
ESPN reported that Wales manager Giggs was present when his former team was booed off at Old Trafford following a frustrating draw against Valencia in the Champions League.
However, Giggs insists the Portuguese boss should remain at the helms of affairs because saking Mourinho would leave the Red Devils in the same mess years to come.
“My stance has not changed. United are going through a tough time at the moment, but change now and you will be in the same position in a year or two years, quite possibly,”
Speaking further, Giggs stressed on the importance of early planning which has largely, been the bane of the Red Devils under the Portuguese boss.
“I believe he should keep his job. The problem of late has been forward planning. They should take stock – they are going through a tough time,”
added Giggs, who was speaking ahead of Wale’s fixture against Spain’s La Roja and Republic of Ireland.
Interestingly, Giggs committed his entire career as professional football to Manchester United, and holds the club’s record for competitive appearances.
The Waleshman is also the most decorated player in football history after winning 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cup winners’ medals, three League Cups and nine FA Community Shield winners’ medals.
To sum it up, Gigs equally, claimed the UEFA Champions League twice, the Intercontinental Cup and the UEFA Super Cup.