It has been reported that Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has again insisted his team plays “attacking football”.
The Dutch tactican has arrested their slump with victory over Swansea last weekend, but the Dutchman does not believe that necessarily means his team have turned a corner.
”I’m not agreed with your analysis,” Van Gaal said when it was put to him that the quality of United’s displays had improved recently.
”We are playing always attacking football, only we have scored (against Swansea), that’s the big difference. That it shall give me confidence we have still to see because one swallow doesn’t make a summer. I hope so.
”I see that also in the training sessions but you have to show it also at a certain time for 90 minutes and that’s why football is so amazing because you never know.”