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Louis Van Gaal Gives Wayne Rooney Gigantic Bear Hug During Man Utd Training Session (Video)

By Chris Wright

With the new manager doling out giant bear hugs for even the most average of corner kicks, it certainly looks like squad morale isn’t going to be as much of an issue at Manchester United this season…

Van Gaal, eh? The man certainly has his methods.

(Via Off The Post)

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By Chris on July 23rd, 2014 in Man Utd, Managers, Videos, Vine. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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4 Responses to “Louis Van Gaal Gives Wayne Rooney Gigantic Bear Hug During Man Utd Training Session (Video)”

  1. Chris says:

    I have a sneak feeling he is going to be a class act for Man Utd.
    Bring on Jurgen Klopp…

    One problem though, where the bloody hell are the English / Britsh Managers?
    They cant be that rubbish can they?

  2. Rooney's Plugs says:

    Man United top 3 finish no doubt.

    Liverpool will not make champions league football. Sturridge Lambert and Origi up top? That doesn’t hold a breathe to
    Rooney RvP
    Costa Schurrle
    Sanchez Giroud/poldoski
    Aguero/Dzeko

  3. TravisKOP says:

    @Chris: the only good one is BR

  4. Adam says:

    @Rooney’s Plugs: don’t see ManU making even the top 4 at this point. Their squad is a whole doesn’t hold a candlestick to the top 5 teams from last year. I expect their to be an LVG effect, certainly better tactics and most likely better player confidence. But, that doesn’t make up 3 or 4 spots for a team that lost their center backs. I expect ManU to sign some big players because they’re in a heap of trouble otherwise.

    Also, even from an attacking perspective, you expect Sterling to replace Suarez as the man behind Sturridge. I think Sterling/Sturridge >>>>> Rooney/RVP on current form. I’m not a Pool or ManU fan, but that much seems very obvious. Pool also dipped in the market and bought some good attacking/creative players like Lallana and Can. I see them outperforming Mata and Kagawa, but that’s to be determined.

    Basically ManU still sucks unless they make some serious signings like Vidal, Hummels, some good wingers and playmakers. They got none of that. Sorry mate.

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