Ryan Giggs Stepped Down as Wales Manager

Ryan Giggs Stepped Down as Wales Manager before FIFA World Cup 2022

Ryan Giggs has not been in charge of Wales for a long time. A case has been registered against him for torturing his ex-girlfriend and sister. The trial is set to begin on August 6 in Manchester Crown Court. Ryan Giggs Stepped Down as Wales Manager just before the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Between August 2017 and November 2020, Giggs is accused of dominating and coercive behaviour towards his former girlfriend Kate Greville.

Giggs is also accused of attacking Ms. Greville, inflicting her real bodily injury, and of assaulting her younger sister, Emma Greville, on November 1, 2020, at his residence in Worsley, Greater Manchester.

Giggs has rejected the allegations and pled not guilty to all counts; nonetheless, he has opted to resign as national team manager.

A statement read: “After careful deliberation, I am resigning as manager of the men’s national team of Wales with immediate effect.

“It has been an honour and a joy to manage my nation, but it is only fair that the Wales Football Association, the coaching staff, and the players prepare for the tournament with confidence, clarity, and without conjecture over their head coach.

“As has been well reported, I have entered a not-guilty plea to the criminal charges being considered at Manchester Crown Court.

The 48-year-old star has confirmed that he will not return to the post of national team coach. I don’t want to keep the country in uncertainty, ” he said. It is a matter of great pride to be the coach of the country. But it is more important for Wales to prepare for the World Cup without any uncertainty about the head coach. I don’t want this case to cause any damage to the country’s World Cup preparations. ‘

Giggs has played a record 963 matches for English club Manchester United. He also played 74 matches for Wales. He took the country to the last Euro mainstream in 2016 as Wales coach.



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