Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has admitted that he is concerned with the fans unhappiness at how the club is playing.

  • By Michael Bell
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Manchester United v Everton - Premier LeagueDespite being second in the Premier League and in their Champions League group, sections of Manchester United supporters have grown angry with the club’s playing style.

The 0-0 draw with PSV at Old Trafford on Wednesday seemed to be the final straw with some supporters, who have started calling for the former Netherlands coach’s head.

Speaking at his press conference ahead of the top of the table clash with Leicester City this weekend, Louis van Gaal admitted he was concerned with the fans unhappiness, but he believes their style is needed to combat how their opponents are lining up.

Van Gaal said when asked if he was worried, “Of course, because the fans have to be happy,”

“You are playing for the fans, so you cannot deny that.

“But also you have to see how our opponents are playing against us, and when you see how they play, you know the difficulty of organising against that type of opponent.

“We are still not lucky in finishing the chances. We are creating chances, and when we are not creating, then maybe I am worried.

“But we are not giving much away. That is why we are second in the league and second in our Champions League group.”




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