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Report: Louis van Gaal to be Named Manchester United Boss

by Tj Llewellyn | Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014
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According to a report via the Daily Mail, Holland’s national team coach Louis van Gaal is expected to be the next boss of Manchester United, replacing the recently departed David Moyes.

Louis van Gaal will be confirmed as Manchester United’s new manager next week.

It is expected to be announced that the Dutchman is replacing David Moyes after United’s final home game of the season against Hull.

Van Gaal, 62, will take over in the summer once he has finished Holland’s campaign at the World Cup finals in Brazil.

Unlike Moyes, van Gaal possesses the experience, trophies, and most importantly the mental makeup to be the manager at arguably the biggest club in the world.

He is known to be somewhat of a controversial figure, but I think United will be willing to deal with a little drama if it means a return to their glory days.

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