Van Gaal Call Schedule Solid Also Not Good for Fans
Manchester – Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal threw back his dislike of the busy schedule of the Premier League today. Although still receiving, he called such a schedule is not good for the players and the fans.
In the absence of the winter break as well as the top European competitions other, Britain even has a super–busy schedule at the end of the year which makes teams can play two games within 48 hours.
MU, for example, which had to face Newcastle United on Boxing Day game on December 26 and then against Tottenham Hotspur on 28 December. In two games itself MU can beat Newcastle 3-1 but then just balanced without goals against Spurs, with Van Gaal stated that players hit by fatigue in the match. It had been so ‘Red Devils’ now also directly awaited next party, in the New Year, when visited Stoke City, Thursday (01/01/2015).
Van Gaal, who is handling the new season of the Premier League team, has several times expressed displeasure against such a busy schedule. Ahead of the match against Stoke, he again said something similar. According to him, the tight schedule will disappoint many people because of the declining quality that the players on the field.
“It is a culture in the UK,” he admitted in the Daily Star.
“I do not mind, but this is not good for the players, for the health of the players, and also not good for the game itself because I think the FA, and also the fans, want the games interesting,” said Van Gaal.