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Van Gaal replies to criticism about Netherlands’ playing style

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Van Gaal replies to criticism about Netherlands’ playing style. Following Tuesday’s victory over Qatar at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal reacted to criticism of his team’s ‘annoying’ playing style (November 29). In their last group match, Oranje defeated Qatar 2-0 to advance as Group A champions and knock out Qatar. For Van Gaal’s team, Cody Gakpo and Frenkie de Jong scored goals.

Van Gaal responded to a journalist who had criticized his team’s playing style by saying, “You can express your opinion, but I do not agree with you that the implementation leaves much to be desired. I am not going to dwell on it.” You seem to view football differently than I do, in my opinion. Will you stick around until the conclusion? Then you can expect to see us once more.

People call Louis Van Gaal unrealistic for believing that the Netherlands can win the World Cup. Sorry, but going to the quarterfinals or semifinals would be preferable to my manager saying we can win. What’s the sense of going if you’re not there to win the competition?

Van Gaal said to a different reporter, I disagree that your viewpoint is valid. If folks haven’t witnessed a good match, it’s incredibly annoying, but I highly doubt it. People, in my opinion, are also happy that we are continuing. With seven points from three games, Louis van Gaal’s squad finished first in Group A. They began their campaign with a 2-0 victory over Senegal. They drew with Ecuador 1-1 before defeating Qatar to go to the Round of 16.

Van Gaal once again chose to bench Xabi Simons. You make all of that, the former Manchester United manager stated about the youngster’s exclusion. If I comment that Simons is progressing well, he ought to sign up with the Dutch national team right away. If I believe Simons is progressing well, he ought to sign up right away with the Dutch national team. On Sunday, the Netherlands will play the Group B runners-up, most likely the United States or Iran.

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Salman Shaikh
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