LONDON – Manchester United’s legendary player, Garry Neville to give advice to the former club coach, Louis van Gaal to no longer use a 3-5-2 formation. The former 39-year-old was asked that Van Gaal switched to a 4-4-2 which has become a tradition of the Red Devils.
Selection formation conducted by Van Gaal in recent days is being criticized from many walks of life. In fact, the United supporters had called yells teasing the Dutchman was on during the game against Queens Park Rangers (QPR) last weekend.
Most of the United supporters, menyeruakan their desire to Van Gaal to change style from a 3-5-2 to a 4-4-2 formation which often exhibited under the Red Devils coach Sir Alex Ferguson era.
Looking at it, make Neville also commented on the desire of the United fans. He also claimed overwhelmingly support a change of formation of his former club‘s supporters.
“I myself was not a fan of the 3-5-2 formation, because the central defender is free and players they become safe option. They (United) playing from behind, but the tempo is very slow to launch an attack, “said Neville, as reported by the Daily Mail, Wednesday (21/01/2015).
“They are too often controlled the ball and passed to the rear. In recent weeks they are so very easy to guess. On Saturday they involved more dangerous when they have changed the style of play, “said the player graduated Class of 92‘s.
“The fans want them 2-0 and then maintain control of the ball instead of trying hard to make a goal at the end of the game. However, as far as I can see they do not do it, “he concluded.