The sacking of Louis Van Gaal from the Manchester United manager’s seat four years ago turned out to be regrettable by the club legend, Wayne Rooney. In his view, the Dutchman had good quality, and his dismissal was felt to be too fast.
Van Gaal is believed to be the successor of David Moyes who was expelled in 2014. He was contracted for three years by the Red Devils. But the career of the former Barcelona coach at Old Trafford cannot be said to be successful.
Indeed, Louis Van Gaal successfully presented the FA Cup trophy to Manchester United in the 2015/16 season. But, after winning the title, the Red Devils management actually fired him.
Yes, shortly after the victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final round, LvG was thrown out of the Manager’s Chair. Well, the dismissal of Louis van Gaal was quite regrettable by Wayne Rooney, even he felt devastated when he heard the news.
“I felt devastated when Louis was fired. For me, it was an absolute joy to work with him,”
Furthermore, Rooney assess Manchester United should be willing to retain the interpreter tactics for another season. He believes the former Barcelona coach can deliver the Red Devils even better.
“We should have held him for the third season. We will be much stronger. I feel things are getting better and the players are starting to understand their vision. In those two years I learned more than under any other manager, ”
“This is why I will forever thank him. Not only to make me captain, but also for all the trust and trust he has in me, “Rooney was quoted as saying by The Mirror.
As for firing Louis Van Gaal, Manchester United officially appointed Jose Mourinho as the new coach. Unfortunately, the Portuguese coach also did not last long there, he was kicked out in the middle of last season and replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney left for Everton, but is now a player and coach at Championship division club Derby County.
So, what about Van Gaal? He is still unemployed to this day despite being linked with several clubs such as Everton and Bayern Munich.