If Fail Finish Big Four, MU Requested Not Fire Van Gaal

If Fail Finish Big Four, MU Requested Not Fire Van Gaal

If Fail Finish Big Four, MU Requested Not Fire Van Gaal

Manchester – Manchester United’s position in the zone of the top four of the Premier League is still very vulnerable displaced rival teams. If Manchester United ultimately failed to finish top four, they were asked to keep a manager Louis van Gaal.

MU has not been fully stabilized under the leadership of Van Gaal. ‘Red Devils’ through seven games unbeaten, but then fell 1-2 at home to Swansea City.

Manchester United currently sit in fourth position of the standings with a collection of 47 points. They are competing with several other clubs, such as Arsenal (48 points), Southampton (46 points), Liverpool (45 points), and Tottenham Hotspur (44 points), for a place in the top four zones.

Having finished seventh last season, Van Gaal Manchester United hope to improve their performance. Club, based in Old Trafford was aiming for third place in the final standings as a minimum target.

What if Van Gaal failed and MU did not qualify for the Champions League? Should Manchester United returned to the turn of the manager?

“Louis van Gaal is not supposed to be fired (if Manchester United failed to finish top four),” said the former Manchester United defender Gary Neville, who told talkSPORT.

“It would be a terrible season for Manchester United and Louis van Gaal. He probably would say that it was a big failure because he knows his job this season.

“He had to pass his team into the Champions League. But, on the other hand, if he fails, no, you can not fire a manager then fired another manager a year later. It would be where you afterwards?

“There must be a degree of continuity. I am fully confident this time there will be continuity in the Manchester United and they will keep doing it, even if they failed to finish top four. That’s the right thing,” said Neville.

Neville is optimistic that his former club will remain in the top four zone until the end of the season and get a ticket to the Champions League. However, continued Neville, Manchester United must improve their game in the rest of the season because they still have to face tough teams like Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea.