Van Gaal is believed Quite Pleased with Achievement MU Season
Manchester – Manchester United was too inconsistent throughout the season 2014/2015. However, because the initial target would seem to be fulfilled, manager Louis van Gaal is believed to still feel quite happy.
MU swallowing two successive defeats to Chelsea and Everton. Defeats the previously positive trend to stop them through, where they won six consecutive wins in the Premier League.
MU has now dropped to fourth in the standings. The Red Devils collect 65 points from 34 parties, seven-point advantage over Liverpool which sits in fifth position.
Although MU almost certainly will end the season without a trophy, Van Gaal is considered to have worked well. Dutch manager was so far still on track to restore Manchester United to the Champions League after one season absence.
“I think he will be quite happy. I think the manager would think the achievement of the team could have been much better,” said the former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke, who was quoted by Soccerway.
“He’s through the difficult transition since coming to the club. But, you can see the progress that he made in the last three or four months in which the team won good results, and of course our target. We knew that we were still some distance away in terms won the Premier League, “added Yorke.
“But, get a ticket to the Champions League is the main target and we are on the right track to achieve with four games remaining,” said Yorke.
“The manager knows that winning the Premier League would be a huge challenge. But, to qualify for the Champions League is a good foundation for us to start again,” he said.