United boss says he can’t please everyone.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has dismissed chants from his supporters about his tactics during this weekend’s 2-0 win over Queens Park Rangers, the Daily Mirror reports.
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The Dutchman has been criticised for his use of a 3-5-2 formation for much of this season, while there were more strange decisions as Angel Di Maria played upfront and Phil Jones took corners for his side at Loftus Road.
Switching to a 4-4-2 seemed to provide United with the platform to go on to win the game at QPR, though they were unconvincing throughout against the relegation strugglers.
Still, van Gaal has stood by his decisions and insists he cannot listen to fans over the matter.
“I have to look at the players, I have to communicate with the players and observe the players,” he said.
“I can’t observe the fans because Manchester United have 600 million fans all over the world. You can’t take into account 600 million opinions.”
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