Player revolt at Manchester United

Stars not happy with Louis van Gaal’s training methods

Manchester United officials have refused to comment on a potential player revolt within the camp.

Reports emerged throughout the week suggesting that certain players are not happy with Louis van Gaal‘s training methods and have raised questions to the Dutchman.

It’s believed skipper Wayne Rooney and midfielder Michael Carrick have both spoken to Van Gaal about the methods and have brought up their concerns.

Unhappy Players

According to reports, United players are not happy with the over reliance on tactics in both matches and training as they would much prefer to be given freedom to express themselves on the pitch.

Van Gaal is known to be a strict manager, especially when it comes to tactics and discipline, but it’s having a negative impact on the squad this season.

United haven’t looked impressive so far this season despite only losing the one game and it’s believed to be because of the players not being happy with training and the style they play in.

Van Gaal has a press conference today and could be asked further about the reports.

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Written by Alex Batt – @AlexBatt

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