Old Trafford boss adopts no-nonsense approach.
Veteran manager Louis van Gaal is known by many as something of a hard taskmaster and it appears his Man United charges are about to find just how tough following the issuing of new guidelines according to the Daily Mail.
The Dutchman’s no-nonsense approach will be assisted by the installation of £500k’s worth of HD camera equipment that will no doubt make it easier to track his player’s behaviour.
Van Gaal will drop players from his first team set-up if they fail to report for breakfast on time on the morning of games and has ordered that mobile phones are handed in the night before fixtures and has demanded that the first team and youth team sides eat lunch together on training days.
Given results thus far it would be fair to say that the new regime hasn’t been a huge success though it would be churlish to suggest that the collection of two points from three Premier League matches and a Capital One Cup nightmare at the hands of League One side MK Dons was down to the policies adopted by van Gaal.
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