Giggs’ Father: I’m Ashamed Of My Son, He Shouldn’t Be Wales Manager

The legend of Manchester United, Ryan Giggs' father, Danny Wilson, feels that his son does not deserve to be appointed coach of the men's national team of Wales.
Giggs, 44, who was named the new coach of Wales on Monday, made headlines a few years ago when it was revealed that he had had a long affair with his brother's wife.
The former Welshman also changed his Wilson surname to his mother Giggs' last name when he was 16 and after his patents split.
Speaking to the sun, Wilson said the wounds have not healed from the past.
"He should be the most proud father in the world, as happy as a lark for what he has achieved, but I am ashamed of him," said former rugby player Wilson.

"He put himself first and the only thing that matters to him is his opinion about television and the opening of elegant hotels in Manchester, now when I see him on television I disconnect, the whole family does."
Wilson added that Wales should have hired a manager with better character.
"I want to go there and have it with him," he said. "It's not suitable for work." Stinks. The manager of the Welsh team is someone respected and admired in society.
"He is my son and it makes me almost cry when I say that my family does not respect him and admires him."
The first game of Giggs in charge of Wales will be against China in an international friendly match in March.
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