Manchester United Manager Louis Van Gaal Says he wont resign


29 Dec 2015

Manchester United Manager Louis Van Gaal Says he wont resign

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Louis van Gaal pledged to fight on as Manchester United chief after his group's goalless draw against ChelseaUnited extended their winless pursue to eight matches their seventh goalless stalemate of the campaign.

The Red Devils are in their least position at this phase of the season in 26 years, however there were sufficient empowering signs for Van Gaal to deny he would stop, as he recommended he may after the 2-0 misfortune at Stoke on Boxing Day.

United put on their best show of the season in the first 45 minutes, rattling the woodwork on two events and drawing two brilliant recoveries from Thibaut Courtois.

United were not able locate the net, yet Van Gaal, who was acclaimed as he entered and left the pitch on Monday, was in a disorderly temperament post match.

"Inside of the club the players are willing to fight for each meter, the chief is willing to fight, the members of staff are willing to fight and the board is extremely sure about the staff and the administrator so it (the cynicism) is not inside Manchester United," he said.

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