Newly appointed football manager of Wales, Ryan Giggs poses for photographers at the Hensol Castle hotel, south Wales on January 15, 2018. AFP / GEOFF CADDICK
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Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs has vowed to win over doubting fans with success on the pitch after being appointed manager of Wales on a four-year contract Monday.Giggs ended his playing career in 2014 and was Louis van Gaal's assistant at Old Trafford for the following two seasons, before leaving United in 2016 after Jose Mourinho was appointed as manager.Giggs said the opportunity to manage Wales was one he could not turn down, and was "tremendously proud and excited" about working with the players.Giggs' immediate challenge will be to take Wales to the 2020 European Championship after the side failed to qualify for this year's World Cup finals in Russia.
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