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Van Gaal Threatens To Quit Manchester United, READ WHY

Manchester United have been criticised by fans and pundits alike for their style of play that see them have possession but make nothing meaningful of it.
Former players who have criticised the manager this season include; Paul Scholes, Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Owen Hargreaves and Michael Owen.
Van Gaal has however said he will quit if he feels the players are no longer behind him while also suggesting he has always done so at his former jobs.

He said: “The most important thing is the chemistry between players and staff. And when I have the feeling that the chemistry is there, I will always work to my utmost best.
“But when I have a single feeling that it is not like that, I’m the first coach that quits and I have proved that already with my former clubs and former jobs.
“Yes, of course because I always gave my clubs structure and I think structure is very important in a club, but also in a company, everywhere.”
Manchester United (C) warms up (Photo: Getty Images)

When asked about his relationship with his players, Van Gaal said: “It’s good.”
He added: “The most important thing for me as a trainer, coach and manager is the chemistry between me and my players and my board. It should be good and otherwise I would be gone.”
United drew 1-1 with Leicester last weekend and are third on the table.
They face West Ham United at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, looking to keep pace with local rivals and league leaders Manchester City.
In a related development, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has .
The rumours say that Manchester United management admires Allegri’s style, although Juventus are reluctant to let their manager, who guided the club to the domestic double and the Champions League final, leave at the end of the campaign.