Of the many qualities Louis Van Gaal says he is trying to bring to his Manchester United team, the one he talks about most often is balance.
He wants his side to have an equal facility to attack and defend, to move quickly and efficiently when in possession, and even quicker and more efficiently when without the ball. He wants everything to be fluid and smooth, to gel. He wants his players to play with the confidence of knowing their colleagues’ game inside out.
If he needed a lesson in balance, than Sunday’s encounter with Chelsea would not be a bad place to start. Jose Mourinho’s side isRead More »from United risk humiliation if Van Gaal goes toe-to-toe with cut-throat Chelsea