Wales without manager Ryan Giggs as investigation continues

<p>CARDIFF, Wales &mdash; Wales manager Ryan Giggs will miss the start of his team’s World Cup qualifying campaign while he remains on police bail following his arrest on suspicion of assault last year.</p>
<p>Giggs was arrested in November and last month had his bail extended until May 1 during the investigation.</p>
<p>The 47-year-old former Manchester United winger missed the Nations League fixtures in November. Former Wales captain Robert Page replaced him then as coach and he will remain in temporary charge again.</p>
<p>Wales plays Belgium and the Czech Republic in World Cup qualifiers this month and a friendly against Mexico.</p>
<p>Wales’ preparations for the delayed European Championship in June have also been disrupted by the departure of chief executive Jonathan Ford after a vote of no confidence was passed by the Football Association of Wales council.</p>
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