No one quite knows what it is he said in his interview, but word around the club is that they have the next Roy Keane in their midst.
"I'm so happy to be here at Chester, I've been a Liverpool fan all my life and to be honest this is the closest thing I could get. I am extremely grateful for the faith that the fans haven't shown, because they would be very silly to show any at this point. It was a very tough decision to leave my current career and go into football, but I'm sure it will turn out fine for everyone."
With no past-experience except for watching Liverpool on a tiny television on his boat, the decision to employ Miggan has caused outrage among the fans, and Miggan himself has backed the fans outrage, stating that "I finds it completely ridiculous myself". One angry supporter said "Who the hell is this guy? I've never even heard of him. Things were starting to look up for us recently and then we hire an unknown fish monger? The clubs higher-ups have gone mad!".
Chester chairman Chris Pilsbury has said "I can see why the decision to hire such a unknown and strange man as manager is being seen as a lack of clear judgement, but we are very optimistic about Miggan's future as manager and he made a lot of good points during the interview which impressed us."
Many people in the world of football are doubting any sort of success under Miggan's reign, but I guess we'l just have to wait to find out who we're really dealing with here.
I'm writing this story about Chester Football Club, I'm going to try to take them all the way to the Premier League from the Blue Square Bet North. Hope you enjoy whats to come! Pre-season update to follow.