Barcelona legend, Johan Cruyff has again criticised Manchester United manager, Louis van Gaal. The 68 year old Dutch legend has had his many battles of words with his fellow Dutch, and has been vocal about his reservations towards the 1995 UEFA Champions League winner’s footballing philosophy.
Cruyff while speaking with Sky Sports News reiterated this, adding that van Gaal’s style was not dominating enough for his liking.
Cruyff said, “He doesn’t dominate. I like dominating football. Manchester doesn’t play like that.
“I don’t think so [that Van Gaal is too cautious], but it’s strange that against strong teams they’ve got good results and with weak teams they’ve had difficulties. That’s a strange situation.
“But the results I think are second. The game is first. Money is very important but always second. In England they play different, everybody has their own style. A mix of styles is always good.
“The most important part are the fans, that people going home are happy. It’s their time off and you should give them something to enjoy,” he added.
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