Following his team’s loss to Sunderland, Manchester United manager, Ryan Giggs, was at a loss to explain why his team produced a “flat” performance. He was on top of the world as his team walloped Norwich 4-0 in his 1st game in charge. It was the Black Cats’ first win at United’s home since 1968 in what is proving to be a record shattering season for United. It is also the first defeat of Gigg’s tenure as caretaker. The Welshman admitted after the game that he was left bemused. The defeats have sparked accusations the bad season was not Moyes’ fault but that most of the United players are not good enough.

However, Giggs believes in the quality of his players when he said “I still believe there is quality in the dressing room. We showed that last week but just didn’t this. The players were flat and I don’t know why.” “In the first half we got some decent crosses in, and just didn’t get enough people in the box. In the second half we had all the possession and just couldn’t find that key pass or bit of quality to get us back in the game. I am sure if we scored one we would have gone on to score more.” Is Giggs still the man for the United job?

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