It’s time to move on now, and the appointment of Giggs in temporary charge will revitalize the Manchester United squad and enhance the mood of fans for whom this season has been one to forget.
With Giggs you have a man who understands what it’s like to win titles, a man who lives and breathes Manchester United, but most importantly a man who knows how United should play.
United may still be without Rafael as Norwich visit, and Van Persie will still be missing as he works his way back. Other than that, it is expected that Giggs will line up his side with no real surprises, which will make a nice change.
Jones and Vidic could start as the defensive pairing, while in midfield United will set up in a more attacking manner than of late. Kagawa, Mata, Januzaj and Rooney will all start along with Valencia.
Norwich are a team in free-fall and Giggs will know that he couldn’t be playing a more idle side in his first game. Could Giggs be placed in permanent charge? Stranger things have happened, with Klopp seemingly committed to Dortmund and Van Gaal not proving the most popular choice, a combination of Giggs and Scholes wouldn’t be the worst thing to happen to the beleaguered Champions. There’s no doubt Giggs would jump at the chance, he can get off to the best possible start with a convincing win here.