Tiger Punch, October 11 News Mark Hughes recently accepted an interview with the BBC. In the interview, he talked about his old teammate in Manchester United and Giggs, who is now the coach of the Welsh national team. Hughes said that if Giggs leads the Welsh national team to achieve good results in the European Cup, then Giggs can become a potential candidate for Manchester United coach. Hughes also said that he has not retired, and he looks forward to returning to the coaching bench.
Hughes mentioned: "I think Giggs is currently at a great stage in his coaching career. I think he is now on the rise."
"Compared with the probability that Giggs might coach Manchester United when Van Gaal left Manchester United, the probability of Giggs going to Manchester United afterwards may be greater."
“Manchester United’s management might think that Giggs’s coaching experience and experience were not rich enough to convince them, but if Giggs can lead Wales to achieve good results in the European Cup, then I think he is fully qualified afterwards. A potential candidate to become Manchester United's head coach."
Giggs served as the interim head coach at Manchester United and he also served as an assistant coach at Manchester United. After Van Gaal was sacked, some outsiders suggested that Manchester United let Giggs be the head coach. At that time, Manchester United chose Mourinho. Hughes said: "Giggs has always performed very well in his player time."
"Giggs is very good at reading games, and he also learned a lot about coaching from the coaching team."
"Riggs was under the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson. Later in his playing career, Giggs was actually Sir Ferguson's assistant."
"Giggs also served as an assistant coach in Van Gaal's coaching team, and I think he made a great decision."
"After Van Gaal left the team, I think the Manchester United management had considered letting Giggs replace the position of head coach, but they eventually chose a more famous head coach. They chose Mourinho."
"To be honest, I think Manchester United's hiring of Mourinho as coach was influenced by Manchester City's hiring of Guardiola as head coach."
"Manchester United also wanted to hire a coach who was as famous as Guardiola, and Giggs also missed the opportunity to coach Manchester United."
Hughes believes that Giggs's coaching experience at Manchester United has also affected his current coaching style in the Welsh national team. Hughes said: "Giggs was born for the big scene."
"When Giggs first became the coach of the Welsh national team, he was also questioned by the outside world. When Giggs played for Manchester United, he also encountered some problems because of the club and national team's game time. problem."
"Sir Ferguson is a very tough head coach. He has the same attitude towards any player. No matter which national team the player is from, Sir Alex Ferguson does not want players to return to the national team frequently to participate in games unless they have to represent the country. The team participates in that crucial game."
"If players want to return to the national team to participate in friendly matches, Sir Ferguson will not be satisfied with this, but Giggs also participated in some friendly matches for Wales at the beginning. When there is a big game, Giggs will definitely return to the national team. Because he is very loyal to Wales."
Hughes believes that Giggs has been working hard after taking over the Welsh national team because Giggs wants to lead Wales to success. Hughes said: "When Wales beat Hungary to qualify for the European Cup, I was very excited. I was on the scene and Wales did a great job that night."
"After Coleman left, Giggs became the head coach of Wales. I think he has made great progress. When Wales qualified for the European Cup, we all saw the smile on Giggs's face. ."
"Giggs is very much loved and supported by Welsh fans, which is an honor for him, and he also has a deep affection for Wales."
Hughes has previously coached Blackburn, Manchester City, Queens Park Rangers, Fulham, Southampton and Stoke City. He left Southampton in December 2018. Hughes said he has not retired yet and he is looking forward to returning to the coaching bench. Hughes said: "People may think that I have retired now, but the truth is that I have not yet. If I have the opportunity, I will coach in the future."
"If a team sends me an invitation, I will consider it. I don't have any special requirements or restrictions, but now the football world is affected by the epidemic. In fact, everyone will find themselves affected by the epidemic."