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What They're Saying: Louis van Gaal
July 23rd, 2014 2:39PM

TAGS:  manchester united


"We have to prepare for the season and when you have a lot of commercial activities also for the players, and you have to travel distances, you have to fly a lot, you have also jet lag, and that is not very positive for a good preparation. But the tour was already arranged [before I became manager] so I have to adapt and I shall adapt."

-- Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal isn't happy to be in the USA, where his team is playing games in Southern California, Denver, Washington D.C., Detroit and possibly Miami. (

  1. Randy McKee
    commented on: July 23, 2014 at 8:33 p.m.
    Louis, you are a whiner. You whined at World Cup. You're whining now. Both times to the detriment of your team.
  1. Santiago 1314
    commented on: July 24, 2014 at 9:39 a.m.
    He sure has a lot of Gall..!!!! LOL... I agree ... Stop your Whining... Millions (Now Billions) of Adidas Dollars to Spend and he is Moaning about the Sponsors??? No wonder Cruijff Hates him...Of Course Cruijff had his own problems with Sponsors...I see Major Drama at MU this year...At least Moyes was a Decent Fellow... Van Gaal is just a Jerk...

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