Manchester United officially appoints Lious Van Gaal as Club’s Manager


Lious Van Gaal is the new Manager of Manchester United FC

Louis Van Gaal, Manchester United Manager. BY Eyes and Voice

Manchester United football club has officially appointed Louis Van Gaal as their new manager, Eyes and Voice learned.

This came after David Moyes was sacked after a dreadful session in charge of Man United.

For the notice, I just want to say that my prediction and poll of David Moyes being sacked before the end of the session was accurate…

Moyes was given the United job, when Alex Ferguson decided to retire after 26 years of managing the club.

Manchester United announced the news that they have axed Moyes on the official twitter page which we brought to you earlier on our twitter page.

This session (2013/2014), with David Moyes in charge, Man United had their worst session ever in the premier league.

With four games left to the end of the session, United appointed midfielder Ryan Giggs as their interim manager before they could find a better experience person for the job.

After much speculation of who will become the next manager of United – with a long list of the world’s top managers and from the start, Louis Van Gaal was clearly the most favourite to get the job.

Speaking to reporters, Gaal also expressed he would like the opportunity stating: “I would love the job. I hope that I shall be the one. Manchester United are the greatest club in the world.”

The 62 years old Dutch man is one of Europe’s most experienced managers with one Bundesliga, one Copa del  Rey and two UEFA Champions League tittles under his belt.

He is know for his strict approach to managing a squad, but with its achievements, it works! Also according to reports, Gaal is looking to appoint Ryan Giggs as his (or one of his) assistant manager and also include some other old United players such as Phil Neville, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes roles in his managerial team.

The first major role Louis Van Gaal will face, will be being able to attract potential big name players to Manchester United, as United will not feature in next session Champions League or UEFA Europa league as they finished 7th position in the Premier league table.

Gaal, we here at Eyes and Voice wish you luck – we hope you do well.

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