Manchester United great Ryan Giggs is seeking to put his side in Wales to a touch of Liverpool’s runaway league leadership style.
No one has made more appearances than the 46-year-old for the Old Trafford giants, representing the club 963 times between 1990 and choosing to hang up his boots in 2014 to concentrate on coaching.
Giggs is modeling a lot of his management on Sir Alex Ferguson, particularly when it comes to professionalism and discipline, and he learned a lot as an assistant manager to work with Louis van Gaal.
Ryan Giggs has raised praise on Liverpool, revealing that he is eager to take a few pointers from Jurgen Klopp ‘s men for his Wales side.
Despite his strong history of Manchester United, Giggs can’t help but admire how the Reds have played on a long-awaited Premier League title over the past couple of years as they close in.
With the contest now cleared to resume on June 17, Liverpool will look to quickly wrap up the championship having lost only one league game all season.
Giggs, who says he has been paying close attention to how Klopp gets his team to play, hasn’t gone unnoticed by the great form of the Reds.
“What we’ve seen this year, I think Liverpool is a fantastic team, led by a great coach Jurgen Klopp, and I’m sorry to say it as a United fan, but this season they’ve been fantastic,” Giggs was quoted by Sky Sports.
Asked about Marcus Rashford’s Old Trafford product, Giggs praised the bravery of players like Jadon Sancho, who was not afraid to leave England to move to Germany,