Five things we have learnt from Manchester United and Van Gaal this week

Date: 21st October 2014 at 3:01 pm
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United now play the Dutch way - according to Blind at least Manchester United were away to West Bromwich Albion on Monday night without their captain Wayne Rooney, who was still suspended, but full of confidence on the back of two wins.

The match didn’t exactly go to plan though with the home side scoring first and United having to come from behind twice to ultimately draw the game 2-2.

The Red Devils are yet to win an away match this season but on a more positive note both Marouane Fellaini and Daley Blind recorded their first goals for the club.

United have had a reasonably easy fixture list and yet still sit below Southampton and West Ham United. A big test will be their next fixture, a home game against leaders Chelsea, where the club will need to show a big improvement if they are going to pick up any points.

Worryingly Angel Di Maria, who has been one of their best players this season, was substituted after 76 minutes due to a thigh injury. The draw keeps United sixth with 12 points from eight games.

More dropped points aside, click on Louis van Gaal to see five things we learnt about United this week.

United are improving and Van Gaal is impressed - apparently

United supporters. Do you like United’s ‘Dutch’ style of play? Do you believe it will bring the club success? Let us know your thoughts below or tweet us @LaFootyettes.

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