Louis Van Gaal has shown he’s taking no prisoners in his quest to return United to the top of the table, even small children won’t stand in his way. The United boss has taken the surprise move of getting rid of the player’s kids’ crèche at Old Trafford- turning it into something more practical.
The Mirror notes: Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has continued his Old Trafford revolution by axing the club’s creche.
The Dutchman is eager to stamp his own identity on the club after a disastrous campaign last season under David Moyes, and a difficult start to this term.
United’s players would leave their children in the playroom, while they enjoyed post-match meals and drinks with their partners in the next-door players’ lounge.
However, the creche has now been turned into a medical room with Van Gaal also removing the famous lounge – built by predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson 21 years ago – to make way for a warm-up area.
Some of LVG’s method’s may seem a bit petty and even unnecessary but if they get results, I don’t mind how many unhappy children he creates….