Manchester United has endured a rather unsatisfactory and unfulfilling season to say the least. Everyone including the defensive manager Louis Van Gaal has had to at times express his frustration at some of the displays by the Red Devils.
The fans too have been very vocal in showing their dismay following unwarranted for defeats, a dull non attacking approach to matches and very disappointing results in the tale standings. There has been boos here and there especially in instances when the Red Devils have appeared over-shadowed by usually small teams in the league.
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney in his defence of Van Gaal’s tactics shared the same view that the manager alone is not to blame and that the players also had a task to improve in their performances. Generally there has been overall under-performance by if not all some of the players that were expected to hit the road running in terms of on-the pitch performance.
Criticism comes thick and first for Manager Louis Van Gaal given the huge amounts spent in the transfer market prior to the 2015/2016 season in bringing new players some of whom have been very dull and unimpressive.
Although the Dutchman looks set to see out the remaining bit of his contract with Manchester United following what looks like an all sealed triumph in the F.A cup, the Dutchman cannot afford to go wrong again in the transfer market.
As such, while we wait for Manager Louis Van Gaal to make amends in the summer signings he hopes to have as part of his Squad in the 2016/2017 season we can all but say goodbye to players who arrived at Old Trafford but have had a hard time failing to impress and deliver as expected for a club of Manchester United’s rating.
Michael Carrick is expected to perhaps join Paul Scholes in retirement with age having taken a toll on his performances. However for Marcus Rojo, Adnan Januzaz and Phil Jones Manchester united has proven to be too large a shoe for them to fit in.