Van Gaal Claims He Needs Three Months

During one of the first press conferences of Louis van Gaal as the head coach of Manchester United, the Dutch manager stated that his tactics and mechanisms usually take around 3 months for the results to start being displayed and noticed.
The 3 months mark has already been reached with the Dutch coach having already taken charge of Manchester United for over that period of time but the club continues struggling trying to make decent performances.
The latest Premier League match of Manchester United was against West Bromwich Albion in a game that ended in a 2-2 draw and both clubs snatching 1 point out of the game.
Even though the initial 3 months of Louis van Gaal in charge of Manchester United has been reached, the former coach of Netherlands stated that it has been a short period of time since he took over Old Trafford and it’s not a fair amount of time for people or the media to start judging him.
Manchester United has been showing progress in comparison to the squad and team they once were under the tutelage of David Moyes and despite dropping points on a regular basis, Manchester United has managed to avoid the bottom zones of the Premier League.
The defensive area of the squad of Manchester United is a constant subject of criticism as the squad conceded 4 goals against MK Dons and 5 goals when playing with Leicester City. Despite having spent over €130 million in the previous transfer window, not many changes or signings were made concerning the defensive section of the team but Sami Khedira is being heavily linked with the club at Old Trafford as the German defensive midfielder can surely help solve some of their problems.