The company who produced the banner that was flown in protest at the management style of David Moyes over Old Trafford in 2014 has confirmed that it has fielded ‘general enquires’ for one to be made for Louis van Gaal.
As the pressure intensifies on the Dutchman after one point from the last three games a spokesman for Air Ads admitted that some frustrated fans had enquired about another banner – this time for Louis. The Daily Mail quotes the spokesman as saying:
‘One of the lads was demonstrating what the banner could look like,’ said a spokesman for Blackpool-based Air Ads. ‘We’ll do it if anyone wants it, but there’s nothing booked yet.
‘We’ve had general enquiries from disgruntled people but nothing firm.’
In truth we can’t see it getting to this point with Van Gaal.
He knows that he is underperforming at Manchester United and the fans aren’t as aggrieved with the current boss as the last one, who seemed completely out of his depth.
Furthermore the Dutchman has stated recently that he will leave the club at the first sign that he isn’t wanted. He said:
‘…when I have the feeling that the chemistry is there, I will always work to my utmost best.
“But when I have a single feeling that it is not like that, I’m the first coach that quits and I have proved that already with my former clubs and former jobs.
“I don’t think there is a coach that quits by himself because of the money, but I am like that.
Perhaps the smartest banner that Manchester United fans could make right now would be a ‘Woodward Out’ as he has overseen the employment of both David Moyes and Louis van Gaal.