Louis Van Gaal sauntered into Old Trafford with the demeanour of a man who felt he belonged. He had been, he insisted, the manager of the number one club in the Netherlands, of the number one club in Spain, of the number one club in Germany. It was surely inevitable that he would end up in charge of the number one club in England. There was really only one question his appearance insisted that needed to be asked about his appointment to become manager of Manchester United: what took you so long?
It was a bold, ambitious, optimistic attitude he embraced, a quantum leap from his nervous,Read More »from How Manchester United might line up in opening match