Van Gall dropping the ball?

Manchester United supporters have turned on the Dutchman in charge of the Red Devils yet again after Anthony Martial developed an injury in the warm-up, and inform Rashford had not even been named on the bench.

It left Wayne Rooney as the only United striker who last scored in February Against Stoke, at a vital game where United needed 3 points to keep the Pressure on Manchester City ahead of there clash withArsenal on Sunday.

With LVG already under extreme pressure at Old Trafford, this latest gaff will onlyincrease thecalls for change of management at the club.

Luckily for Van Gaal, the host side’s inability to score and a mistake by Bassong gave Rooney the ball, after the ball got caught under his feet before he could pull the trigger, the striker managed to pick out Juan Mata who had sprinted 35 yards into a position to shoot, and from five yards The Spaniard couldn’t miss, giving United a vital 3 points in an otherwise dull match.

Speaking about the goal, Van Gaal said "I hope it is an important goal we need to keep the pressure on our competitors and we hope we can achieve the Champions League place because we want to play at the highest level".

When asked about his decision to rest 18-year-old Marcus Rashford and not Anthony Martial or Matteo Darmian – who went on to get injured he said: "You cannot always recreate your decisions, there are many players who need a rest.

I cannot rest them all "

Van Gaal admits, this week he's an Arsenal Fan

Van Gaal it seems isn't unaware of the importance of the clash either when in a strange move, stated that he would be a Arsenal Fan when they face City.

"More or less tomorrow I am an Arsenal fan,’ said the Dutchmanafter United’s 1-0 win over Norwich City on Saturday.

After the defeat against Real Madrid it’s not so easy for Man City to bounce back".

He went on to say that "We are still in business. The players were very tired but we have won."

West Ham though wont be an easy game, and with Manchester United relying on others to drop points, it does seem that the odds are up against Van Gaal. Leaving you thinking, would he last at Old Trafford next year without Champions League qualification?