Old Trafford chief confirms difficult challenge lies ahead.
Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal has said that is could take him three years to fix the club’s problems, but has insisted that he will be given time, according to the Daily Mirror.
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United have 13 points after 10 games, four fewer that at this stage last season, which ended with David Moyes losing his job.
The record is their worst run since Sir Alex Ferguson first took over the club in 1986, when he was brought in to replace Ron Atkinson.
“It’s not good enough,” said Van Gaal.
“I feel very lousy for the fans and the board because they have a great belief in me, my staff and my players.
“When you have 13 points from 10 matches you aren’t doing well, but we’re in a process.
“I said from the beginning the process shall take more than one year. It will take three years, I hope, because that’s always dependent on a lot of things.
“I think it shall be and we shall make it happen, that we shall win a lot of matches in a row.
“I have experience that people have a great belief in what we are doing now and in the way we are playing football.”
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