Manchester United Boss Louis van Gaal seems to be fade up of the pressure and the need to push Manchester United to the much required glory the club once boasted of.
Louis van Gaal and his philosophy might just not be what Manchester United need this season. It’s simple, the club wants to win games. When you win games and score a lot of goals you win titles that just does it and that may to an extent explain why Louis van Gaal’s philosophy is the wrong man for the job at Old Trafford.
Did you watch the last press conference? Poor van Gaal, he ranted for a handful of seconds and stormed out of the room and does that mean anything? Of course! I’d love to use the word frustration…
Here’s an excerpt of the philosophical press conference;
“Has anybody in this room not a feeling to apologize to me? Nobody has that feeling? That’s what I’m wondering,” he said. “I think I was already sacked, I read — I have been sacked.
“My colleague [Mourinho] was here already. What do you think happens with my wife or with my kids or with my grandchildren or with the fans of Manchester United or my friends? What do you think? They have called me a lot of times, and also Arsene Wenger is saying something about that.
“Do you think that I want to talk with the media now? I’m here only because of the Premier League rules. I have to talk with you. But I can only see when I say something that you use my words in your context.”
“You have to stick by the facts and when I get calls from [former manager Sir]Alex Ferguson and [director]David Gill and [executive vice-chairman]Ed Woodward because you are creating something that is not good, that is not the facts”. “Now I have to answer questions? I don’t think I want to do it.
“I wish you a Merry Christmas and maybe also a happy New Year when I see you. Enjoy the wine and a mince pie. Goodbye.”