London: Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs does not have his own father's backing to be in charge of the club full time as the veteran's father says that he would not trust his son to even run a bath.
Giggs' father dismissed the chances of his son managing the club on a full-time basis and said that he would not trust his son to run a bath, let alone United.
According to Metro.co.uk, chances of taking charge of United on a full-time basis have seemingly taken a blow for Giggs, as his own father is not keen on the footballer to take charge of the club.
Giggs, who has been appointed as the interim manager at Old Trafford following David Moyes sacking last week, and his father have not spoken since allegations about the footballer's private life were exposed in the media, the report added.
However, Giggs got his managerial career off to the perfect start with United thrashing a 4-0 victory against Norwich City and a poll on revealed that almost 70 percent of the club fans are keen for him to get the job permanently, the report further added.