VIDEO: Louis van Gaal says Manchester United’s squad has to play 4-3-3
- July 29, 2014
Louis van Gaal has given a fresh interview Manchester United in which the Dutch manager has discussed a range of issues including what system he plans to employ at Old Trafford this season.
Van Gaal admitted that he likes to play 4-3-3, which the Iron Tulip has noted is are tactics which Sir Alex Ferguson employed during his tenure at the Theatre of Dreams.
Moreover, LVG stated:
I think, with the selection now, I have to choose this (4-3-3) system.
On the other topics touched on by van Gaal, the manager spoke of his admiration for Sir Alex as his achievements at the club while he waxed lyrical over Sir Bobby Charlton, who he said played football the way he wanted to play the game.
Watch he excellent interview below.
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