The legend “Manchester United” Ryan Giggs, who currently heads the national team of Wales, shared his thoughts on the intricacies of the great coach of Manchester United Alex Ferguson.
In particular, the Welshman announced the names of players of Manchester United, which sir Alex never criticized.
“There were only three or four players, which Ferguson did not criticize. This Eric Cantona, Bryan Robson, Roy Keane and Cristiano Ronaldo. They were doing the work on the field, so he never had claim to them. Sir Alex is a master of psychology, he knew how to make everyone to be as efficient as possible,” said Ryan interview with beIN Sport.
“Personally, I always quarrel with him. I often get fined, even came to the point that was left without a two week paycheck. I opposed him, brought their arguments. But Ferguson later confided to me that he actually liked the way I behaved. It showed that I cared. But sir Alex still fined me, to show who’s boss,” said Giggs.
Recall that the Scot coached the “Manchester United” 27 years (1986 and 2013) and he won 38 trophies, including 13 titles in the Premier League and two Champions League.
In turn, the 46-year-old Giggs his entire career (1990-2014) played for Manchester United, for whom he played 963 matches. Is the most titled player in the history of British football. 19 may 2013 became the first and, so far, the only player, who won 13 League titles in the top division of England.
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