Louis van Gaal, despite announcing the end of his career in early 2017, the 68-year-old Dutch tactician has not stopped bitter about his bad ending at Man United and constantly blamed the vice president executive director Ed Woodward.
Van Gaal once again used harsh words to target the No. 1 executive of Old Trafford
Most recently, Van Gaal once again used harsh words to target the No. 1 executive of Old Trafford, such as the “cruel genius” or the man who had “dangled in my head for six months before fired ”. However, the statements of former Ajax, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Netherlands coaches have suffered a strong backlash from the British media.
Mark Ogden, ESPN’s top football writer, told Sky Sports: “Louis has always been very bitter about how he ended up at Man United. But let’s be honest, in the last 6 months there, the risk of dismissal is always seen through bad results.
A few players under him later told us that they could no longer play for him, because he was too overbearing on the training ground and completely deprived the player’s freedom of playing. It’s easy to blame Ed Woodward, but his only fault is that he was too comfortable to provide money for Van Gaal signed with Memphis Depay, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Matteo Darmian, Marcos Rojo, Angel di Maria, etc.
Van Gaal‘s contract was really bad, the football he was running was terrible, and the results were bad. So I think he just blamed himself for being fired. “
He had to leave Old Trafford at the end of May 2016, just after winning his first FA Cup title.
Jose Mourinho, who had once been Van Gaal‘s assistant, has just announced he is inheriting a “broken team”, despite the fact that it cost Van Gaal to spend nearly 350 million pounds to create.
Although Mourinho later helped the Red Devils win the League Cup and Europa League in 2017, when he needed to change the time did not allow, leading the Portuguese leader to leave at the end of 2018 and the Devil. Red continues to fall into the turbulent cycle that Ole Gunnar Solskjær is now fighting. And even Paul Hayward, head of sports at the Daily Telegraph, said the “legacy” that Van Gaal left was still bad at Old Trafford, and that he was the Reds’ worst ruler. Sir Alex Ferguson era.
“Later revelations showed that Man United was worried they were really losing control of the transfer, as well as money and personnel when Van Gaal was there,” Hayward said. “They have given him so much freedom to buy players who are not good, not in accordance with the plan, etc.
Of all the coaches they have had since Sir Alex Ferguson retired, Van Gaal is the least successful because he does great damage to the lineup. I think all the bad things started out there. ”