Tuesday 5 April 2016

Louis Van Gaal Is A Grandpa With An Outdated Management Style- Manchester United Youngsters

Some of Manchester United’s younger players see manager Louis van Gaal as a grandpa whose management style is outdated. It has been reported that a number of players want assistant manager Ryan Giggs to replace Van Gaal in the Old Trafford hotseat should the Dutchman leave this summer.

A source claimed “A lot of them think he is a grandpa and has an out-of-date management style, A number of players have become frustrated because of the lack of chances under Van Gaal”. LVG has handed debuts to a raft of youngsters but there remains scepticism about whether they would have been afforded opportunities had it not been for a chronic injury list and lack of strikers. One of the main criticisms levelled at Van Gaal is the time he spends talking to some of the players, particularly those who are just breaking through from the academy.

Marcus Rashford and Timothy Fosu-Mensah starred during the victory over Roberto Martinez’s Everton.  Both have benefited from first team football this term but neither spend a major amount of one-on-one time with their boss compared to more senior players such as Morgan Schneiderlin and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

One source said “He (Van Gaal) doesn’t speak to the young players and Giggs and [Under 21 manager Warren] Joyce are the only ones who want to encourage the young lads. A lot of them would be very happy if Giggs took over because the players can relate to him. They can’t relate to Van Gaal he’s too old

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