Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has paid tribute to United’s travelling fans for the support they showed the players despite the hefty 3-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium.
This past weekend fans across the country called for a capping of £20 for all away matches, while the 3,000 travelling Red Devil’s faithful had to fork out between £59 and £64 a ticket to watch their club get humiliated at the hands of Arsenal.
Despite the big loss, that saw United concede three goals in the first 20 minutes the fans never gave up hope chanting ‘Louis van Gaal’s Red and White Army’ throughout the match.
When van Gaal was asked if he thought his players had let the fans down, and that was the reason he had instructed his player to remain on the pitch and applaud the travelling support LVG said: “No. I do that always, I do that always because the fans are there always and they are always supporting Manchester United.