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Ryan Giggs is the new manager of Wales and now has the job of qualifying for the European Championships in 2020 and the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.

A controversial choice for many, not just over his inexperience, but also the looming question of his commitment to Wales during his playing career, Giggs has the tough job of quickly winning over fans who adored his predecessors Gary Speed and Chris Coleman.

At his unveiling this week the former winger who won 64 caps for Wales, (65 if you include the game against the Basque country in which he scored the winner), was quick to affirm his passion for Wales and to the job he’s wanted for a long time.

During our Facebook Live earlier this week there were mixed feelings about his appointment, but a strong theme emerged of the need to put those misgivings aside and to support the manager and the team with all the passion Welsh fans are renowned for over the next four years.

At ESFR towers, we share that view and will be backing the boys all the way.

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