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FIVE essential principles LvG must stick by at Manchester United

Date: 26th July 2014 at 9:46pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Louis van Gaal is the last person who needs advice when it comes to managing a major club. The Dutchman has worked with Ajax, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and the Netherlands national team - he's well acquainted with big pressures and even bigger expectations. But Manchester United are a rather unique outfit. As the 62-year-old stated himself in his opening press conference, they are the biggest club in the world. Thus, to be successful at Old Trafford, there are some key principles Louis van Gaal must stick to. And just in case he happens to be a secret fan of Football FanCast, we've decided to list FIVE of them. FAITH IN YOUTH For a club once immortalised by Alan Hansen's ill-fated quip 'you can't win anything with kids', Manchester United's youth policy has lost its way in recent years. Ryan Giggs sought to readdress that balance during his brief caretaker spell, promoting Tom Lawrence and James Wilson to great effect, with the latter netting twice against Southampton. He also netted this belter in the U21 league back in April: The duo are by no means the only talented youngsters in the Red Devils squad - they're joined by Nick Powell, Will Keane, Michael Keane and Wilfried Zaha to name ... Read More


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