LVG: I would quit if…

Louis Van Gaal says the minute he realizes that the understanding between him and the Red Devils players is getting worse; he will come to the decision of stepping down from his post without too much of hesitation.

There have been reports that Van Gaal’s way of working is not that much liked at Old Trafford. His training regime, in particular, is in question as many of the players are believed to have got irked by it.

But, according to the boss, there is no negativity in the Manchester United camp. There’s good understanding and coordination, otherwise, he would not have been continuing.

Speaking in a press conference the other day, Van Gaal said, “What a manager needs the most is the trust of the club and I believe I still have that at United. Until it’s there, I would keep working as hard as I can. The moment I lose it, the decision of quitting would not be that difficult to make.” The latest odds have him as the third-favourite manager to be replaced, with a bet365 bonus code helping to get double odds for any fans who think he is on his way out.

“In Football, you don’t often see the managers leaving by themselves due to the cash factor that is there, but, as far as I am concerned, I’ve done it in the past. As I told you, for me to keep working, I must feel that my tuning with the people at the club is good and I am the person whom they have their faith in.”

Van Gaal is also aware that the supporters of the club want him to make the team play more attacking Football, but, in his view, it’s important to take into account that United does not have ideal personnel for long balls.

In the words of the Dutchman, “Your tactics depend on the kind of players that you have got at your disposal.”

Manchester United currently holds the 2nd position in the League table.