Giggs steps up as Welsh national coach and puts streak through World Cup in Qatar

Ryan Giggs has resigned his duties as Welsh national coach. The Manchester United icon has not held the position in a year and a half, due to the alleged assault of his ex-girlfriend and her sister.
Giggs is therefore definitely not going to the World Cup in Qatar with Wales, the FA makes clear in a brief statement. Interim national coach Rob Page led the country to a World Cup competition for the first time since 1958, although it is unclear whether he will also be at the helm during the final tournament. The Welsh Football Association has not yet brought out anything about the implementation of the technical staff for the World Cup.
A lawsuit is scheduled for August against Giggs. The FA would later decide on the future of the former left-winger as national coach, but Giggs is already throwing in the towel himself. โ€œIt was an honor and privilege to lead my country, but it is only right that the Wales FA, the coaching staff and the players prepare for the tournament with certainty, clarity and without speculation about the position of their national coach,โ€ Giggs responds in a brief statement, quoted by the BBC.