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Steve Bruce: 'No pressure on Ryan Giggs at Manchester United'

Steve Bruce believes that Manchester United may consider appointing Ryan Giggs as the club's permanent manager, if he does well in the club's final four games.

Hull City boss Steve Bruce believes that Ryan Giggs can prove his ability as Manchester United interim manager with the pressure off his shoulders.

The Welshman will take charge of the club's remaining four games of the Premier League season following David Moyes's sacking on Tuesday.

While Giggs is not expected to be handed the job on a long-term basis, Bruce believes that the 40-year-old may be considered if he guides the team to four wins out of four.

"If they win the next three or four games 4-0 there'll be a clamour for Ryan I'm sure, and you wish him the best of luck," Bruce said in Friday's press conference.

"He has nothing to lose and no pressure on him, the supporters will be right behind him. He might win the next four games and give them something to think about."

United cannot mathematically qualify for next season's Champions League campaign as they currently reside seventh in the league table.

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A dejected David Moyes manager of Manchester United looks to the ground during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Manchester United on April 20, 2014
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