Manchester United has undergone changes to their brain trust as Louis van Gaal is about to finish his first full season as the Red Devils’ manager.
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Last year, they fired manager David Moyes, who led the Red Devils to a disappointing seventh-place finish in the 2013-14 season after replacing the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, who led Manchester United to 13 Premier League titles.
Ferguson retired after the 2012-13 season, which was the last time United won a title.
Midfielder Marouane Fellaini has revealed his feelings on Moyes’ sacking and he admitted that he cried about Moyes leaving the team.
“I was sad when he went. I came into the canteen and saw him in a suit instead of his tracksuit,” Fellaini told reporters.
The Belgian star had previously played under Moyes’ watch in Everton for five seasons, and Moyes had managed Everton since 2002 before leaving in 2013 to accept the Man United job.
Man United signed Fellaini for £27.7m, and he has scored five Premier League goals this season.
Despite Fellaini’s sentimental feelings toward Moyes, the Red Devils have propelled themselves back into the top four since van Gaal’s hiring.