Van Gaal Wants United To Be Ruthless

Van Gaal Wants United To Be Ruthless

Louis van Gaal seems reasonably pleased with the way Man United are progressing, but wants his team to be more ruthless. "We have to improve our playing style and beat opponents more easily," he said. "We are still fourth so I am happy, but we have to be at least fourth at the end of the season, not now." Ashley Young says United are still targeting the title, while Hull boss Steve Bruce thinks he's due a result against his former club...

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want to spend more time with my tit-for-tat Autobiographies . He probably didn't say.

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elieve in the dream Ashley. I have a hot tub, I still think I can get all The Saturdays in there for nekkid sexyfuntime. Failing that, Adele.

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onclusions...we are truely living the dream now

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