Ryan Giggs’ father doesn’t think his son is cut out for the United job…
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The father of Ryan Giggs, Danny Wilson, has torn into Manchester United’s appointment of his son as manager, reports the Sun.
Giggs has been given the interim position until the end of the season, when a new, permanent boss is expected to be appointed, but Wilson believes his son doesn’t have the integrity for the role.
The Welsh footballer famously had an affair with his own brother’s wife, which has blotted an immaculate copybook on the playing field.
“To be a manager you have to have trust. I don’t see how the players can trust him after what he did to his brother. You judge a man by his actions. If you know him to be a cheat, unfaithful and a liar, how do you trust the man?” said Wilson, who hasn’t spoken to his son in over 20 years.
“He’s dull as dishwater. He’s got no personality. He bores me to death when he talks. He’s not cut out to be a manager in my eyes.”