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World Cup 2022 Qatar: Ryan Giggs resigns as Wales manager

Tal and as the British media had advanced, Ryan Giggs has resigned from his position as Wales manager and will be the interim Robert Page the one to lead the team in the World Cup in Qatar, his first World Cup since Sweden 1958.

Ryan Giggsin charge of coach since January 2018, has been out of office since November 2020 after the British Court launched an investigation into alleged ill-treatment of two women, charges to which the former Manchester United soccer player pleaded not guilty of all of them.

I do not want the country’s preparations for the World Cup to be affected, destabilized or put in danger

Ryan Giggs

A circumstance that has finally motivated his decision to leave the Welsh bench. “I do not want the country’s preparations for the World Cup to be affected, destabilized or jeopardized in any way by the continued interest surrounding this case. I have been fortunate to have enjoyed some unforgettable moments during my 3 years. at the head of the national team,” Giggs explained in a statement confirming his resignation.

The trial, scheduled for August, promises to raise many rivers of ink and Giggs has decided to step aside and leave Robert Pageinterim since his indictment, who may be focused on directing Wales in the great World Cup event Qatar 2022.

Giggs qualified Wales for Euro 2020but when held in 2021 it had to be Page himself who was on the bench due to the accusationsso Giggs’ absence from the bench has not been crucial for the British team’s near future.

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