Paul Scholes blasts Louis van Gaal’s Man United again
Paul Scholes has not been impressed by Manchester United's performances this season
Paul Scholes has once again hit out at Louis van Gaal’s philosophy at Manchester United, saying that the Red Devils have “not been great” under the Dutchman.
The former United midfielder has voiced his disappointment at the Red Devils’ style of play on more than one occasion this season as they were criticised following a string of goalless draws.
Scholes labelled United as “boring” and claimed that fans were not being entertained by their football.
Despite the external criticism, United sit in fourth place in the Premier League table and just two points behind leaders Manchester City after 12 games.
However, Scholes still clearly feels that there is plenty of room for improvement from his former club.
“It hasn’t been great for 13 months, but I better not say too much because Louis might be listening,” Scholes is quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror.
“There’s been talk of a philosophy, a process. For me, Manchester United don’t need a philosophy. The fans want to see attacking football and goals – that’s the Manchester United way.”
United, who beat West Brom 2-0 in their most recent top-flight outing, return to action with a trip to Watford after the international break on Saturday afternoon.