Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has astonishingly admitted that his own Manchester United side sometimes bores him.
The admission came in yesterday’s press conference when he was asked about Paul Scholes’ scathing criticism of the United performances under Louis van Gaal.
Van Gaal said;
There are matches I have enjoyed very much.
There are also matches where I’m very bored or angry because we are not disorganising our opponents defence. But that is football. It’s not every match that every club is playing fantastically – football that attracts people.
Van Gaals latest comments will do little to settle the unrest amongst Manchester United fans, who the majority would like to see him replaced.
Manchester United head to St James Park this evening to face struggling Newcastle, before Sunday’s trip to Anfield. Anything less than a win will see the pressure on the Dutchman increase further.