Friday, 9th May, 2014

Interim Manchester United manager Ryan Giggs admits that at times he feels he would like to leave the pressures of management behind him.

Giggs was handed the reins at Old Trafford for the club's final four games of the season when David Moyes was sacked as manager last month.

His spell so far has seen victories over Norwich and Hull, sandwiched between a defeat at home to Sunderland.

And while Giggs admits to loving management at points, he also concedes there are times he wants to forget all about it.


Speaking at a press conference, the Welshman said: "Sometimes I think I could do without it, other times it has given me so much pleasure.

"I've enjoyed it. It has definitely helped me prepare for what will come after my playing career", he added.

Giggs also insisted that he does not feel any real pressure, as Manchester United have little to play for, with the only tough part being team selection.

"There is no pressure on me because it is four games, we couldn't win anything other than qualifying for the Europa League.

"But you get a taste for the pressure of picking teams and wanting to do your best."

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