can anyone tell me when giggs scholes and neville retire for man united usually.im in my 2nd season with man u now after winning everything bar the league cup with the 3 playing important roles.now a quarter of season gone giggs and neville struggle to hold any fitness above 90%.giggs has now gone to see a specialist for 2 months because of a dodgy hip.i can see him struggling even further to regain fitness afterwards..but the 1 thing i dont want them to do is become useless reserve players for a few years.id rather get them coaching for me.
the very apex of all that is absolute, patience-testing w**k
Re: united oldies
Originally Posted by rosso14
ye but what im saying is usually in other peoples saves when do they usually retire..
again there is no set date it depends on many things, for example it depends if they (the User) themselves are managers of united, whether they get played or not. If they get played they may play on till they're nearly 40 like Sheringham, if they dont then they'll probably retire soon. Its hard to say when
I'd like to know. I have Giggs and Neville on my shortlist to offer them coaching jobs as soon as they retire. They are both out of contract and have left Man U (2010) but won't consider joining me (I was hoping I'd sign them and wait for them to retire to keep them on a player/coaches or coaches).
On my game Scholes and Giggs retired after 2 seasons into the game I think. However, Neville retired and became assistant manager at Sporting CP before coming back over to the UK to manage Celtic. And Roy Keane manages United.