London: Louis van Gaal admits there have been times this season when even he has been left feeling bored and angry by Manchester United's lacklustre displays.
Louis van Gaal
United ended an eight-match winless run by defeating Swansea nine days ago and then followed that victory up with a narrow success in the FA Cup against third tier Sheffield United. But neither result was enough to ease the pressure on United boss Van Gaal because of the dull and uninspiring performances of his team.
Paul Scholes branded United's style of play boring earlier this season and following Saturday's 1-0 victory in the FA Cup, the former Old Trafford great claimed both Van Gaal and his players even looked bored during the third round tie.
"There are matches that I have enjoyed," Van Gaal told reporters on Monday. "And there are also matches where I'm very bored or angry because we are not disorganising our opponent's defence, but that is football."