Manchester United fans in the Transfer Tavern are making their concerns known as reports suggest morale with the title-chasing side continues to decline, which may lead the Red Devils onto a dangerous path.
The Daily Mail states that members of United’s first-team have privately made their frustrations known regarding manager Louis Van Gaal, with a particular issue being the Dutchman’s strict pre-match programme.
United players have to attend tedious meetings that last for hours ahead of games, before then eating supper at 10pm and heading to bed thirty minutes later- a stark contrast to the regime under Sir Alex Ferguson and David Moyes.
‘There’s no fun, no banter — just lots of meetings. The body language of the players isn’t right, and there’s no expression when they go out to play.’
Our United regulars believe that this growing problem could be detrimental to the club’s title chase and are concerned that a continuation of this issue could see them drop into a battle to secure Champions League football.
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