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One Image Stands Out From Man Utd's Loss To Norwich, And It Looks Bad For LVG

Mikey Traynor
By Mikey Traynor
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'LOUIS VAN GAAL OUT' is all you're going to see on social media this weekend, as Manchester United's disastrous run of form as seen the Dutchman dominate the headlines on a day when all eyes would have been on Stamford Bridge.

A Mourinho-less Chelsea side dispatched of Sunderland with relative ease, suggesting that Mourinho really had lost the dressing room, but Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal may be dealing with a different kind of loss, which became apparent during the second half against Norwich.

Van Gaal is a manager who likes to sit back and watch the match unfold, without issuing instructions from the sidelines, and he expects the same from his coaching staff. In recent months we have seen Ryan Giggs obey the manager's wishes, but today that changed in what has become the defining image of the match:


The confidence of the fans has gone, and it looks like Ryan Giggs has had enough as well.

Giggs finished the match on the touchline, issuing instructions and trying to get a response from the players.

It's clear that Ryan Giggs wants to be manager of Manchester United, and many have jokingly suggested that by taking to the touchline, he looks like the only one who is interested in that job, but Mourinho clearly fancies a shot in the hotseat too.


Manchester United fans are now demanding change. With no win in six games, and three consecutive losses, today appears to have been the straw that broke the camel's back. We have no idea what the board at Old Trafford are thinking, and whether or not today was one game too many for them as well, but the only certainty is that the news in the coming days is going to be all about Louis Van Gaal.

SEE ALSO: Man Utd's Official Facebook Page Took A Hammering After 2-1 Loss To Norwich


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