Van Gaal’s final chance

By Daily Sports on April 26, 2016

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Louis van Gaal’s future at Manchester United will possibly depend on the outcome of the FA Cup final next month – just like it did for English football’s most successful manager Alex Ferguson in 1990, Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says.

Crystal Palace meet United at Wembley next month in a repeat of the 1990 final.

Winning that trophy reportedly helped keep Ferguson at Manchester United then. The Scot went on to win 13 Premier League titles and four more FA cups. Van Gaal’s position has come under increasing scrutiny during an erratic Manchester United campaign and the FA Cup represents the last chance for his side to win any silverware this term.

“I remember Sir Alex’s career hinged on that game and maybe Van Gaal’s career will hinge on this,” said Pardew, who played for Palace in the 1990 final, which United won after a replay.

“I like the guy (Van Gaal). He’s had some terrible, terrible press and I look forward to seeing him in the final,” the Crystal Palace manager said. (Reuters)

•Photo shows Van Gaal.

Source Daily Sports

Posted April 26, 2016


 

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