Photography by Sebastian Nevols

Ryan Giggs

Manchester United 1990-2014

Ryan Giggs enjoyed a remarkable playing career with Manchester United and Wales that spanned 24 years, from the point of his first-team debut in 1990. For 23 of those he was an instrumental figure under Sir Alex Ferguson, and he even became their interim manager after David Moyes’ departure in 2014. Above all else, he is perhaps most respected for the longevity that meant he served English football’s most dominant club for significantly longer than his similarly-decorated teammates in that great midfield of the late 1990s and early 2000s – David Beckham, Roy Keane, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes.

Establishing himself as an athletic, out-and-out, ball-carrying left winger, Giggs excelled in his natural role until the effects of age, and the evolution of English football, demanded he reinvent himself as a cultured-and-disciplined central midfielder. Talking exclusively to The Coaches’ Voice, he discusses that change, and the different responsibilities he therefore had to accept.

Ryan Giggs

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David Moyes

David Moyes gives an exclusive insight into the tactical evolution of his Everton side – one that beat Manchester United and finished above Liverpool – over the course of his 11-year tenure at Goodison Park
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Luiz Felipe Scolari

Lessons from Sir Alex

Luiz Felipe Scolari built a relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson while he was manager of the Portugal national team that featured Cristiano Ronaldo, which continued when he worked in the Premier League with Chelsea. Here, he revisits those who inspired him throughout his decorated career in coaching
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Phil Neville

Lionesses head coach Phil Neville talks through his tactical approach since taking charge of the England Women’s team, and how they will look to tackle deep-lying defences at the FIFA Women’s World Cup