Van Gaal Admits Some Man Utd Games Are Boring

Van Gaal Admits Some Man Utd Games Are Boring

By Augustine Ogwo | Staff Reporter on January 12, 2016
Van Gaal Olanda (Photo Credit: AP/Martin Meissner)

Manchester United manager, Louis Van Gaal has been subject of criticism often times this season. The United players have performed below par several times this season but the Dutch manager had usually defended his coaching methods.

Speaking ahead of his side’s premier league match against Newcastle on Tuesday, January 12, 2016, Van Gaal admitted his team has been poor and boring at times.

“There are matches that I have enjoyed very much. Against Chelsea I have enjoyed it but the result was 0-0 and we could have lost.

“There are also matches where I’m very bored or angry because we are not disorganising our opponent’s defence, but that is football.

“It’s not every match that every club is playing fantastically, football that attracts the people. But that is also why the fans are coming. They can criticise but they can also cheer the players,” he explained.


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