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  • Van Gaal retires

    London : Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has announced his retirement from professional football, putting an end to his 26-year-long illustrious career.

  • ‘ManU still away from EPL title’

    Manchester : Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that the English Premier League (EPL) title is still far away but his team is working in the right direction to achieve it.

  • Manu-Rinho – Jose hopeful to revive Club’s fate

    London:  Manchester United on Friday appointed Jose Mourinho as their new manager to launch a third bid in less than three years to transform the Red Devils into a title-winning force again.

  • Supercoach Mourinho becomes Manchester United boss

    London: Manchester United today anointed Jose Mourinho as their new manager to launch a third bid in less than three years to transform the Red Devils into a title-winning force again.

  • Mourinho set to fulfil United dream

    London : Jose Mourinho is on the verge of fulfilling his dream of managing Manchester United after Louis van Gaal’s troubled two-year reign at Old Trafford came to a bitter end.

  • Van Gaal out from Manchester United ?

    London : Louis Van Gaal’s time as manager of Manchester United appeared to be nearing its end on Monday, amid reports that agreement on a severance package was all that stood in the way of his exit from Old Trafford.

  • IT’S OVER – Van Gaal amid Mourinho reports…

    London : Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal left the squad’s hotel on Sunday saying “it’s over” amid reports he was about to be replaced by former Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho.

  • Van Gaal booed as Man Utd sign off in fifth

    Manchester : Louis van Gaal was booed by his club’s own fans after Manchester United ended their Premier League campaign by beating Bournemouth 3-1 in the re-arranged Old Trafford fixture.

  • Loss to West Ham a mental blow: Man United coach van Gaal

    London: Manchester United head coach Louis van Gaal has termed as a “mental blow” their 2-3 loss to West Ham United, which forced their European Champions League football qualification out of their hands. A brace from forward Anthony Martial put United 2-1 up till the 72nd minute on Tuesday but West Ham scored twice in the next eight minutes through Michail Antonio (76th) and Winston Reid (80th) as the hosts bade farewell

  • EPL: United coach van Gaal seeks revenge against Norwich City

    London: Manchester United head coach Louis van Gaal has asked his footballers to seek “revenge” when they will meet relegation-threatened Norwich City in an English Premier League (EPL) match here on Saturday. Manchester United, who are fifth in the EPL table with 60 points, lost their home game on December 19 1-2 to Norwich. And at the Carrow Road stadium away on Saturday, van Gaal wants his team to avenge the bitter

  • Ferdinand says FA Cup glory can save Van Gaals job at Man Utd

    London: Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes that manager Louis van Gaal can save himself from being sacked if he manages to lead his side to the FA Cup glory and to the top four Premier League finish.

  • Van Gaal backs Man Utd to make top-four PL finish despite Tottenham drubbing

    London: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes that his side can still make a top-four Premier League finish despite his side’s humiliating defeat at the hands of second-placed Tottenham at White Hart Lane. Earlier, Tottenham Hotspur thrashed United 3-0, with Dele Alli, Toby Alderweireld and Erik Lamela scoring each within a gap of six minutes in the second half.

  • Man United coach van Gaal brushes aside Scholes, Ferdinand criticism

    Manchester: English football giants Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has brushed aside severe criticism from former players Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes after the 0-2 Europa League loss to Liverpool.  Only goalkeeper David de Gea’s heroics on Thursday night avoided further humiliation for United, although he was beaten by a first half Daniel Sturridge penalty and a late close range strike from Roberto Firmino.

  • Van Gaal blasts Mata of `damaging` Man Utd in West Brom drubbing

    London: Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has slammed Juan Mata for receiving a red card, saying that the midfielder had ‘damaged’ the club’s chances of victory during their defeat to West Bromwich in the Premier League. The 27-year-old was sent off for the first time in his career just after 26 minutes.

  • Van Gaal lauds `special talent` Rashford after drubbing Arsenal

    Johannesburg: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has lavished praise on Marcus Rashford, describing the young striker as a ‘special talent’ for scoring a stunning brace to lead his side to an emphatic 3-2 win over Arsenal in their Premier League clash.

  • Man U players happy with Europa Cup effort: Van Gaal

    Manchester: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has asserted that his players are relaxed and happy after their Europa Cup victory over Danish minnows Midtjylland. United had lost 1-2 in the first leg of their round of 32 tie in Denmark on February 18. But the former English Premier League (EPL) champions qualified for the pre-quarterfinals in some style by thrashing Midtjylland 5-1 at Old Trafford here on Friday.

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