Man United have been condemned for a Premier League this season with the club legend predicting that they will not win the title until before the next 20 years.
Ryan Giggs who is a member of the 1998/199 treble-winning squad express fears that the Red Devils may take up to decades to be able to return to the top as major league contenders.
The last time the Red Devils celebrated a Premier League title was in the 2012/2013 season under the reigns of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson which also marked his last season in charge of the club.
Replacing him with David Moyes, who was doing great with Everton did not work out as the former Toffees boss lasted just 10 months on the job and was replaced by Ryan Giggs as an interim coach. That season marked one of the worst for the Red Devils.
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Man United had to bring in the service of Lous van Gall but his experience and integrity did not last him more than two years on the job before he was sacked as well but he was able to deliver the FA Cup title.
Jose Mourinho was the next to give a trial at the Premier League title but failed. However, he won the Community Shield, EFL Cup, and Europa League before he was asked to leave.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now in charge and he is not looking like he can deliver the title yet except if he will be keeping the job for as many years as Alex Ferguson’s stay.
Ryan Giggs stated that the Red Devils should not be condemned for not winning the title as he noted that it took managers like Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola time before they were able to deliver the Premier League to their clubs but from indications, it will take Man United longer time.