Dwight Yorke is unhappy with the way that the Dutchman is running things at Old Trafford…
Manchester United hero Dwight Yorke has claimed that the Red Devils are not playing in the United way under manager Louis van Gaal, reports the Daily Mail.
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The former striker was speaking while the Mancunian side struggled to an undeserved 1-1 draw with West Ham on Sunday. He also believes that playing Radamel Falcao and Robin van Persie up front together is a mistake from the Dutchman.
Throughout the Premier League encounter United struggled to create chances and looked second best compared to their East London opponents.
Van Gaal has also come in for criticism from fans for the way in which he has his charges playing. Despite this the Red Devils are still in the top four of the top flight. Tottenham are one point behind in fifth place.
“I have not seen the ball fizzed around. The movement (up front) is lackadaisical,” he said on Sky Sports. “At the other end, (Diafra) Sakho and (Enner) Valencia are moving the United defence around, but they (Man United) are stagnant and this is not the United way.”
He added, “We like to see movement and space created for other players to get into. They (Falcao and Van Persie) are easy to play against.”