Ryan Giggs makes Thursday his debut as coach of Wales. The former midfielder of Manchester United, the successor to Chris Coleman, watching with the necessary voltage-forward.
Ryan Giggs is the media word.
“As a player I had never really, but in the run-up to tomorrow I’m very nervous,” said Giggs, Albert Stuivenberg, has been appointed as assistant, in conversation with The Guardian.
“A footballer is always a bit selfish, which is only concerned with his own tasks within the team. As a manager, however, there are many more things that go through your mind. I think of you all the time: have I forgotten something? What can I do even better? As a manager, I have now a whole team as well as possible to prepare.”
Wales plays Thursday in Nanning against China. The injury-plagued Gareth Bale is once again a time of the party. “Gareth is a great player. He is someone who will always what causes. He is brilliant, our best player,” said Giggs.
Aaron Ramsey is missing, however. The Arsenal midfielder must be a small medical procedure. “There it is now the ideal time for, although it remains sin, because he is a very good player.”