Yes, he may look like Churchill the dog, but Louis van Gaal acted like the man himself after Manchester United’s 3-1 win over Bournemouth on Tuesday night.
The Dutchman was greeted with boos as he stepped up to the mic to deliver an end-of-season address to Red Devils supporters, but those grumpy fans were whooping by the time he’d finished.
For LVG delivered a fine speech, in the style of William Churchill, but embellished with some savvy PR techniques that a free Max Clifford would be proud of.
“Thank you for your unconditional support. Wherever we’ve played, you’ve never let us down,” was pretty much all he said.
However, he did it with such BALLS!
He’s going nowhere, mate…
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