Apr 24, 2014, 5:25 PM EDT
Manchester United dropped a bombshell, as they fired manager David Moyes just 10 months after appointing him.
After a season of struggle at Old Trafford, Moyes was finally relieved of his duties by the Glazer family after failing to create a seamless transition from Sir Alex Ferguson‘s success strewn era in charge of the Red Devils.
ICYMI, current player-coach Ryan Giggs has been placed in charge on an interim basis for the final four games of the season. Can Giggs, who has played in 24 straight seasons, has made 962 appearances and won more trophies than any United player, nab the job on a permanent basis?
Myself and PST’s Mike Prindivlle discuss Giggs’ coaching credentials, plus the other top candidates to replace Moyes at the helm of England’s most successful team.
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