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Loius Van Gaal Sack

Van Gaal needs to be immediately sacked after this comment about Man Utd

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal’s relations with the various media outlets and reporters in England have been as strained as his second spell with the English Premier League giants Manchester United. The Dutchman has not been very happy with the kind of criticism he has had to endure, some of the questions he has had to answer and some of the written content about his managerial approach and overall capabilities as the Manchester United boss.

Louis Van Gaal has had to label some of the questions thrown his way as stupid and even claim that according to various media reports he has been sacked for a minimum four times. Despite Van Gaal’s lack of appetite for the media and reporters, the newsmen and women are seemingly relentless in their efforts to capture any news surrounding the embattled Manchester United manager.

The Manchester United manager also seems to have just what the reporters love to write about going by his comments during the 2016 end of season awards. It is during this event that Louis Van Gaal gave what can best be described as a Redemption speech in response to questions about Manchester United’s overall performance this season.

Starting off by describing the 2015/2016 season as a very difficult one, Van Gaal went on to challenge the media and its hand in depicting him as arrogant, dictatorial and relentlessly trying to shape the Manchester United’s players negative perception about their boss.

Louis Van Gaal went on to remind those challenging his progress that Manchester United is in a transitionary phase and too much shouldn’t be expected from the team.
Given the huge amounts that Manchester United has spent in the previous season in transfers and Louis Van Gaal’s own proclamation earlier on in this season that United were in the title race, this current change of tune is rubbing reporters and stake holders the wrong way.

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