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.