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The former Manchester United player, Rio Ferdinand, reckons it’s because of the fact that Wayne Rooney started playing upfront again, the fortunes of the Red Devils turned around.
The previous United boss David Moyes had deployed Rooney in a deep position in the 2013-14 Season and Louis Van Gaal followed suit when he arrived this summer.
But, having seen Rooney struggling in the midfield, Van Gaal quickly realized it was not the best place for him and he got him back playing in the attacking role.
According to Ferdinand, that decision which Van Gaal made to give Rooney the striker’s position again, it was a fantastic decision and it did United a world of good.
However, Ferdinand did not give all the credit to Rooney only. He had words of praise for some of the other players of the team too especially the defenders.
He pointed out the return of Michael Carrick and also, other factors, but, he emphasized the point that if Van Gaal had not changed the role of Rooney, the position of United in the Premier League table might not have been as good as it happens to be now. Read more »
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Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Manchester City, Chelsea and Everton are all of the opponents that Manchester United will be facing off starting from March until April of the current year.
As the Premier League is reaching its last few months, the schedule of Manchester United seems to be getting tougher and tougher.
Manchester United sealed their 15th Premier League victory after overcoming Newcastle United with a narrow scoreboard of 1-0. The only goal of the entire match was scored by Ashley Young as the main offensive players of Manchester United continue struggling as they fail on scoring goals.
This victory against Newcastle United was a huge accomplishment for Louis van Gaal and his squad as they once again made an underwhelming performance. Newcastle United created 3 goal-scoring chances but failed on sealing it off and the only goal that Manchester United managed to score arrived due to a horrendous mistake from Tim Krul as it led to Ashley Young firing with a simple close range effort. Read more »
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Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal was unhappy with the way his team failed to convert several great chances against Tottenham in the match at White Hart Lane.
United created several great opportunities, especially in the first half, but the likes of Wayne Rooney and van Persie were guilty of some poor finishing when they normally put the ball in the back of the net. Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris was also in impeccable form. The match ended in a 0-0 draw, but it was not because of the lack of chances created. Van Gaal says that it is imperative that players have a high conversion ratio in order to win matches against the top six teams. Read more »
Louis van Gaal seems to have finally found a certain type of balance in Manchester United as the Dutch manager somehow managed to salvage 1 point after playing against Chelsea in their Premier League match.
Prior to their 1-1 draw against Chelsea, the team of Louis van Gaal managed to snatch another point after drawing with West Bromwich Albion. A draw against a team located in the bottom section of the Premier League such as West Bromwich Albion is certainly not something to be very happy or joyous about but it’s much better than a loss and losses was everything that Manchester United was experiencing a few months ago.
Even with all of the recent struggles and criticism that Louis van Gaal has been experiencing since taking charge of Manchester United, Sir. Alex Ferguson has fully supported and backed the Dutch manager as the Scottish former coach of Manchester United believes that Louis van Gaal has what it takes to push the Premier League club back to the top of the Premier League like it used to be a few seasons ago.
“Louis, who took the job, is what I would call a managers’ coach,” Ferguson added. “He’s one of these committed ultra-professionals. Football is his life.
“Wherever he has managed, every footballer will have learnt from him. He’s strong, single-minded, as he showed again with the Netherlands at the World Cup. I like Louis and have always had a good rapport with him. If I had to choose one word for him it would be ‘formidable’.
“His urge is to play attractive football. He likes to watch players play and players train and to be involved at all levels, including in the development of young players. His background at Ajax shows that his faith in youth will not diminish. He was a good choice.”Sir. Alex Ferguson said as he displayed his admiration and support of Louis van Gaal.