“Louis van Gaal about to Retire from Man United – Manager” – Rumor or Truth?

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It’s been 18 months for him as a coach of Manchester United; but last week has been the hardest time for Louis van Gaal throughout his coaching career. Four days earlier, Manchester United has been discarded from the Champions League by being defeated to Wolfsburg. Later, this famous football club faced another shocking defeat by juvenile club Bournemouth by 2-1 goal.

For a few days, van Gaal is being criticized for his strategy, and the playing pattern of Manchester United is being noted as ‘Lullaby’. Yesterday there was no exception for this club. During the entire match, the supporters of Man United seemed very frustrated as they were expecting to watch some different results from Man U players. At the very starting phase of the match, Bournemouth’s Junior Stanislas scored a goal from a corner kick but Man united players didn’t get enough chance to overcome the attack by Bournemouth. Though in 24 minutes Man United managed to equalize the score, but at the start of second half of that match ex- Man United footballer Joshua King scored another goal for his present club Bournemouth. And with this defeat, Man united have experienced five consecutive vanquish, while under David Moyes, Man United experienced three consecutive defeats before. Faun Gaul might have been well-informed about this. But he doesn’t see any lacking of his team stating, ‘we have tried till to the end, we also had a few chances for scoring goal but our luck doesn’t support us’. Though few regular players for Man united were injured and two very inefficient footballers were in a defending position.

To van Gaal, the injury is not any excuse at all. He stated, ‘I don’t think that the injury is responsible for our defeat’. But Gaal can’t avoid his shortcomings at all and it is being heard that Man united is preparing to change the present manager replacing by Pep Guardiola.

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