Old Trafford boss watching his players like a hawk. A hawk with a computer.
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Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has introduced cameras to the Old Trafford training ground in order to monitor his players’ every move.
The Dutchman wants to make sure his team is a tight, cohesive unit, with each man thinking about where he ought to be positioned at all times.
“I think it is a lot more detailed now at the training ground,” explained Red Devils defender Jonny Evans.
“We have this system at the minute where he can watch us on the pitch. The manager is saying: “You should be five yards to the right.”
“We went through a video last night and I was 10 yards out. There are things you are doing on the pitch, and the whole team will be feeling the same, where you are thinking: ‘Am I in the right position?’ Then the manager will show you in the video and you will know.”