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"We don't seem to be brave enough in England to do that. I think United had a great chance to do that with Ryan Giggs. They didn't take it. For some reason, they wanted to go down the safe route. And you'd have to say, was that the right thing to do? You're five years down the line, not really. Okay, they've won the Europa League, they've won the League Cup. But look, they're not the trophies United want. They need the big ones. So you'd have to say taking a risk with someone like Ryan or somebody else, a young up-and-coming manager would've been a safer bet."