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What They're Saying: Louis van Gaal
August 24th, 2014 11:55PM
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"I think it would be a miracle but it is also possible. It is always possible but it shall be very difficult. … Now, this selection here was not in balance. There are five No. 9s, six No. 10s and so on. And we don’t have defenders."

-- Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal on Man United's chances of lifting the English Premier League title. Van Gaal's team followed up on an opening 2-1 loss to Swansea City with a 1-1 tie with Sunderland and sits in 13th place. (Irish Times)



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  1. Santiago 1314
    commented on: August 25, 2014 at 6:59 p.m.
    JUST SAYING>...**RE-POST** From...commented on: July 10, 2014 at 11:10 a.m. Van Gaal Blew it...He Psyched his own team out...Van Persie and De Jong were Never going to last 120 minutes,coming off Sickness and Pulled Grion...So Why did they Start???... That was 2 subs already used before the Kick-off...Then to compound the error, Van Gaal used his 3rd Sub at Halftime...That meant No Krul Keeper and No Van Persie for the Pks...That meant Vraal became First Shooter for Holland instead of Van Persie...Argentina Coach Saved Aguero for the 80th minute and OT/Pks...Was Krull so Bad that he Couldn't Start for Holland...He is Starting GK in the BPL(Newcaslte???)...The Curse of '74 continues...Whaaaa!!!.... Oh p.s. as I have been saying:; WEAKEST WORLD CUP EVER!!! Now do you ask see how Klinsmann Screwed Up...We could have Snuck into a WC final, if he hadn't have Messed Up by Leaving off a Replacement for Jozy...Thereby Condemning Dempsey to Purgatory as Lone Ranger, and Throwing Years of Preparation Out The Window....Double Whaaaa !!! ***And Now<<Later>> We find out that Van Gaal Knew/Trained the Argentina GK** WOW...You can't make this Sh!t Up!!!! Van Gaal got his Comeuppance...No Wonder Cruyff Hates Him...Gonna be Fun at ManU next year with Van Persie, Van Gaal and Rooney...Taking Bets for who is Out The Door FIRST...<><><>...Who is He Blaming for Picking HIS Line-Up and Formation ??? LOOK in The Mirror, You Jerk!!!

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