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Louis van Gaal aiming to the Premier League title

Louis van Gaal aiming to win the Premier League 2014–15 title

The English giants club Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal is still aiming to win the title with Manchester United. After the bad start, the Gaal boys back into the track and enjoying the 7 match unbeaten streak. The Red Devils are currently 10 points behind the league toppers Chelsea before the Boxing Day fixtures and still the Manager of Man U is hoping that his side can win the Premier League 2014–15 title. The Man U are currently on the third position behind the Chelsea and defending champions Manchester City.

Louis van Gaal aiming to the Premier League title

Louis van Gaal aiming to win the Premier League 2014–15 title

The Manchester United club board of directors have set their sights on a return to the Champions League through top four finish in the season. But this is not enough for the Van Gaal, he wants to go far from that position. The Dutch is still aiming to clinch the Premier League title this season.

The United club is trailed by leaders Chelsea by 10 points and seven points by second place Manchester City respectively, before the Boxing Day fixtures.

Before heading into Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Boxing Day, Louis van Gaal that his goal is to become the champions in this season. He with his staff and players are trying to achieve more than the Club boards is expecting.

Louis said “In the Netherlands and also in Germany you have the Christmas champions. But that doesn’t count at the end of May. It’s better to be the Christmas champions, then the possibility you shall be next champions is bigger but not certain. But the best achievement is champion because our goal is still to be champions at the end of the season. That’s also the best result. We are looking in a football world where No. 1 is the most important thing.” 

The Man U boys will be looking to bounce back on Boxing Day home clash against Newcastle United after a disappointing 1–1 draw with Aston Villa in their last game.

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