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Louis Van Gaal Says He Would Only Manage Again 'To Get One Over On Man Utd'

Louis Van Gaal Says He Would Only Manage Again 'To Get One Over On Man Utd'

"I have more problems with the CEO, Ed Woodward. He never discussed anything with me," said Louis van Gaal last week. A year-and-a-half after being replaced by Man Utd manager by Jose Mourinho, the Dutchman is still a little bit raw about how departure from Old Trafford occurred.

"With all my experience, I know the unwritten laws of football. A club has to prepare for the future. I can understand that and they should have approached me. Ed could talk to me but he did not," added Van Gaal.

The 66-year-old, who spent two years in charge at Old Trafford, says - bar one specific opportunity - he is unlikely to take up another managerial post.

Quoted by The Mirror, Van Gaal said that we would consider an offer from a big English club as it would give him to change to gain vengeance on Man Utd.

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I will probably not manage a club anymore.

I would make one exception — if a big English club comes for me, than I would do it. Because then I can get the chance to get one over on Manchester United.

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