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Van Gaal Admits He Wants Man United Job
Sky Sports News, May 8th, 2014 11:50AM

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Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal said that he would love to coach Manchester United, which he described as the “biggest club in the world”, but he offered no hint of what his plans might be for player-coach Ryan Giggs, who is rumored to be on his way out of Old Trafford once the Dutchman takes over. "You have to wait and see when the club decide,” van Gaal said. “It is always the same, it's always a process and you have to wait for the process. The press are always too fast." According to Sky Sports, the bookmakers have pinned the Dutchman at 1/33 odds to take over for David Moyes, who was fired last month. 

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