Giggs not `disappointed` despite being `overlooked` as Man United`s permanent boss

London: Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs has said that he is not disappointed to have been overlooked for taking charge of the club on a permanent basis.

Giggs said that with all the things going on, whether to carry on playing or not, there are a lot of things for him to consider, adding that his experience as United boss has helped him and he has loved it, but there is no major disappointment.

According to the BBC, the veteran defender had been put in charge of United following David Moyes` sacking in April.

Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal, who wants to be United`s next permanent manager, would be expectedly named as Moyes` successor, the report added.

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