LVG knows that fans expect more
Since the day that Louis van Gaal was elected as the new coach of Manchester United, the Premier League club has managed to stay in the higher section of the English League but they haven’t been able to make that final push that is needed to win the league.
During the 2014-15 Premier League season, Manchester United landed the 4th spot and the Red Devils are currently positioned in the 5th spot which isn’t a terrible spot but it isn’t a fantastic one either.
Winning the Premier League title in this season is out of their reach but they can still secure a top spot that would allow the club to compete in the Champions League or Europa League of the upcoming season. If you fancy their chances then you might be interested in getting the latest promo code for Ladbrokes - open a new account and you can get double the odds on any bet you make!
Fans of Manchester United are expecting to see Louis van Gaal accomplishing more things as the head coach of the team and the Dutch coach is aware that he hasn’t been able to live up to the expectations of the supporters of the club.
"I'm very disappointed that I cannot reach the expectations of the fans. They have or they had great expectations of me, and I cannot fulfill them, so I am very frustrated because of that. I am not going to sit here and say it is that attractive. They have also knowledge of football, of entertaining football, and you have to play football to entertain the fans. On Saturday, I don't think we have entertained the fans, so they can be very angry." Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal said after his club lost against Southampton on January 23.
Louis van Gaal is aware that the playing style of his team isn’t the most entertaining one to watch and this is another one of the big reasons of why fans of the club are getting more frustrated.
Supporters of the club aren’t happy to see Manchester United playing in such a bland and dull style and this isn’t the kind of playing style that they were expecting to see from a club that is being managed by a coach who has won a number of huge titles including: 1 Champions League,4 Eredivisie, 1 Bundesliga and 2 La Liga titles just to name a few of his trophies.
More excitement and fire was expected from the veteran manager who is struggling to earn the support and trust from the fans of Manchester United.