Manchester United have sacked Louis van Gaal, with the Dutchman failing to impress in his second season at Old Trafford. However the influential Iron Tulip clearly isn’t happy with the way in which the club have gone about his dismissal.
The usually reliable Andy Mitten has had his say on the situation via Twitter, and he has said that Van Gaal is ‘very sad and disappointed’.
Check out Mitten’s tweet here:
Told Louis van Gaal is “very sad and disappointed”.
— Andy Mitten (@AndyMitten) May 23, 2016
The way in which Manchester United have gone about the whole sacking process has been nothing short of atrocious. The club leaked the news to the press less than an hour after he’d won us the FA Cup, and since then they haven’t covered themselves in glory whatsoever.
Reports went on to say that Louis van Gaal had transfer plans in place already, and was thought to be working on things for next season. To let him think his job was safe just isn’t good from a professional football association.