VAN GAAL: I am running out of ideas to help MAN UTD STARS

The veteran Dutch coach admits he is struggling to motivate the Red Devils’ players following four straight
defeats but is not surprised to see them struggling with
the pressure.
Louis van Gaal has admitted he is running out of ways to motivate his struggling Manchester United players as they
prepare to host Chelsea at Old Trafford. United have lost four straight competitive games, with
Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Stoke City leaving Van Gaal in fear for his future and the first-team squad suffering an
increased crisis of confidence ahead of the visit of GuusHiddink’s men. And the United manager concedes that after such a poor run of results it becomes difficult to find new ways to pick up his players mentally.
“It is not so easy anymore, and after you lose four
matches in a row it is much more difficult after the third
match,” he told reporters. “It’s like that, and the pressure
of the environment shall increase so it is much more
difficult.
“So I know there are no artificial ways to solve that, we
need a victory and that’s very important. But we have to
do also our professional work, the preparation and of
course also the recovery and the training sessions.
“But now we only can recover, we cannot train. We have
to recover and then play the match against Chelsea.”

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