RYAN GIGGS is ready to step up and return to management if results do not improve at Salford City.
Ryan Giggs stepped down as Wales head coach last yearGetty
The Ammies’ ambitious backers are frustrated at their inability to win promotion — and may look within their own ranks.
In July, Giggs was cleared of domestic abuse allegations after being accused of assaulting former partner Kate Greville in November 2020.
He was also cleared of attacking her sister Emma Greville on the same date and controlling or coercive behaviour against Kate over a three-year period.
Stand-in Wales head coach Rob Page officially took over from Giggs last year.
As interim boss, he secured qualification for the World Cup in Qatar before being handed the permanent gig.
He also led Wales to the last 16 at the Euros in 2021.
Meanwhile, Salford – owned by Giggs and his former team-mates Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and David Beckham, along with Singaporean businessman Peter Lim – have struggled so far this season.
The League Two side sit 19th in the fourth tier after two wins, one draw and five defeats from their opening eight games.
Last season, Salford reached the play-offs on goals scored on the final day of the regular campaign.
They were then beaten on penalties by Stockport in the play-off semi-finals.