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really have the quality at Manchester United to meet the demands of the job? You can sign any Manchester United player on a free transfer but there The manager might argue that the form must come first but Van Gaal. Louis van Gaal's 13 Manchester United signings: Who are the players worth £ million - and where are they now? The Dutchman splashed. Ex-Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has claimed many of his The Dutchman would send personal emails to his players detailing for the conversation with me at home and to meet me in dialogue at eye level.”.
I'm quite happy that if they [footballers] carry on that way, they're probably better doing it away from us.
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Patrice Evra Patrice Evra was a January transfer window purchase from Monaco by Ferguson and the Frenchman would go on to be a formidable left back in a strong United defence. Ferguson described the defender, who started out his career as an attacker, as 'one of the best left backs in the world. He spent three seasons in Turin - making 48 appearances in Serie A before leaving for Marseille on a free transfer.
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Following a transfer saga involving the Argentinian's ownership, he eventually found himself joining the Red Devils on a complex loan deal.
He proved to be a big hit at Old Trafford, and the fans used to chant 'Fergie, sign him up' - but a permanent move never materialised.
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Tevez spent two years with the Red Devils, putting in strong performances as he made 99 appearances and scored 34 goals. Following a four year spell at United's blue neighbours CityTevez joined Juventus.
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Always a safe pair of hands throughout his spells at Ajax, Juventus, and Fulhamhe has looked to continue that tone into his post-playing career, though not in the direction you may expect. But at a club like Manchester United, that's what is required.
You have to hit the ground running and I'm sure he will do. There's been a lot of talk about Van Gaal and his methods but he does the job a manager has to do and he's a very good coach. There's a lot of talk about new players coming into the club and I'm sure when the new manager comes in he'll have his favourites.
I think this time because of the disappointing season they had last year there is room for changes. Barcelona's Pedro is apparently of interest, while it is reported that van Gaal has already "given the green light" to Old Trafford officials to make a bid for the Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos. Plan for the summer: With Louis van Gaal incoming, the club are fully focusing on the rebuilding needed on the crumbling squad. A central defender — Borussia Dortmund's Mats Hummels is a target — a left-back — almost definitely Luke Shaw — and central midfielder — Toni Kroos is on the list — is the very least Ed Woodward, the executive vice-chairman, needs to deliver.
Arjen Robben Bayern Munich. This, fromis a particular favourite: Louis van Gaal as Ajax assistant manager in Lisbon in VI-Images via Getty Images 4. Remarkable career by a loyal, legendary ManUtd entertainer. Bit of a turnaround from the situation in the late 90s, when Alex Ferguson was keen on bringing the Dutch striker to Manchester: This from a Guardian report in But I don't want to sell him because he is our only main striker. Every player has his price.
Every Ryan Giggs goal from his debut in until the end of ! That would certainly be a nice gesture and, contrary to what might be expected, it's far from unheard of in association football.
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For example, you won't find anyone wearing the No3 shirt at Milan, because it was retired after the retirement of Paolo Maldini. Interestingly, Maldini has given his blessing for the No3 to be brought out of retirement should his sons ever play for the Rossoneri.
For a few more retired numbers — including the story of Argentina unsuccessfully attempting to name a man squad for the World Cup without anyone in Maradona's No10 shirt — click here.