Manchester United sack Louis Van Gaal

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Manchester United have parted company with manager Louis Van Gaal with immediate effect, an official statement from the club has said.  Ed Woodwood, executive vice chairman of Manchester United, said that "He has behaved with great professionalism and dignity throughout his time" and having left a "legacy" for younger players- such

Wayne Rooney – Back From The Dead?

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After a dull and gloomy 2015, the new year has commenced with flying colors for the England and Manchester United forward, where he has bagged 7 goals in 7 games, his latest coming in a 3-0 victory against Stoke at Old Trafford. This sudden burst of form has brought a

Why van Gaal’s class is a cut above Mourinho


Jose Mourinho isn’t a Manchester United manager. The bad PR he brings to clubs does not fit in with United’s ethos. The way Louis van Gaal handled himself at yesterday’s press conference, his final one before Christmas was a testament to his class, something Mourinho quite clearly lacks. He never lost his

Man United Against Arsenal: What Did The Game Really Tell Us?


Manchester United's 2-1 win over Arsenal was potentially a turning point in the season for both teams. United will now be on a high beating their direct rivals in the race to Champions League qualification considering that the bid for the title has now vanished due to Chelsea and Mourinho's

Resurrection Of The Manchester United Spirit


There were not many positives to take away for Manchester United's 1-1 draw against Chelsea yesterday, but one thing is for sure: it does seem that this team under the management of Louis Van Gaal seems to have regained the impetus and confidence to keep going that has come to

Van Gaal Meets The Big Boys

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Louis van Gaal has had a pretty good start with Manchester United. In his first seven games he's won three, drawn two and lost two, which has left United in fourth place. After what was an abysmal start to the season (losing 1-2 to Swansea at Old Trafford) van Gaal's men

Manchester United To Continue Spending Spree


Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward has given Louis van Gaal the go-ahead to continue spending big money in the run-up to the new season. The Red Devils have already spent £56 million on the signings of Ander Herrera from Athletic Bilbao and Luke Shaw from Southampton. There are already rumours that van Gaal would like to bring in German star Mats Hummels, but Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp has ruled

Manchester United confirm Luke Shaw signing for £31.5 million


Manchester United have announced the signing of teenage left back Luke Shaw from Southampton for a reported £31.5 million. The fees paid makes him United's second most expensive player and the world's most expensive teenager. The club took to its Facebook page to welcome the youngster stating "Luke Shaw has developed