Man City defender hits out at Man United boss Louis van Gaal

Manchester City's Martin Demichelis launches a scathing attack on Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Martin Demichelis has launched a scathing attack on Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, claiming that Bayern Munich “began to stink” following the Dutchman’s arrival.

Van Gaal spent two years in charge at the Allianz Arena between 2009 and 2011, during which time he opted to sell defender Demichelis to Malaga.

And the Argentina international does not look back fondly on his time at the Bundesliga club under the newly-appointed Manchester United boss.

“I achieved a great deal at Munich,” Demichelis told Bild. “I used my strengths to win a place in the first team.

“I became a fan of the club. I felt like a favourite son. But from the first moment Van Gaal arrived at Bayern the place began to stink.”

Demichelis joined Manchester City from Atletico Madrid in July 2013.

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