Manchester – Manchester United began to look different since the arrival of Louis van Gaal as manager. Midfielder ‘Red Devils’ Michael Carrick assess his team to play more patient now.
Since his arrival at MU headquarters in Carrington, Van Gaal was repeatedly vowed to inject philosophy of the brand-new game. Hence also the Dutch manager said it will take time to bring Chelsea back to winning ways.
Van Gaal himself known to understand attractive football which is based on control of the ball. Through this style of men climbed the 63-year success with Ajax Amsterdam and Barcelona at the beginning of his career, which is then followed by another success both at club level or national team.
Carrick admits that Manchester United are now more patient in play and not rush attack. Unlike the Sir Alex Ferguson era, where the MU attack relies more quickly through both wings.
“The philosophy is different where he likes us to linger with the ball to control the game and get a rhythm in our game,” said Carrick told the Daily Mail.
“While earlier, especially at home with the supporters, the important thing is to try to attack as soon as possible with speed and penetration. And even if you lose the ball a few times, keep trying,” he continued.
“Really, this is really just a difference in approach to the game, there is no right or wrong. I think the only difference in confidence,” added the England international midfielder is reported by Soccerway.
Carrick also revealed that the adaptation helped the team to a team approach to Van Gaal. Although firmly and fairly ‘cool’, the former coach of the Dutch national team was in fact on the other hand are often approached the player and make corrections.
“The manager obviously firm in terms of what he wants and he has standards. Really it’s up to us if you want to achieve these things and if we do not reach it, he told us which was good. That’s how it should be,” said Carrick.