Van Gaal at MU Players: Do not 'Burned' Heat at Anfield

Manchester – Manchester United lost two players due to red cards in two big-match action. Louis van Gaal warned not to burn penggawa MU emotions while undergoing hot duel against Liverpool at Anfield.

Two United players to red cards while undergoing big-match action is Chris Smalling and Angel Di Maria. If Smalling sent off in the match with Manchester City, then Di Maria can two yellow cards while the Red Devils faced with Arsenal.

In the two games Manchester United defeated opponents: 0-1 defeat of City and thrown out of the FA Cup by the Gunners with a score of 1-2. Van Gaal clearly do not want recurrence, that’s why he asked the players can better withstand the emotions during a visit to Anfield on Sunday (22/03/2015) night tomorrow.

The Dutch manager made a special effort to keep emotions in players not explode. He acts as a referee in a practice session MU.

“I became a referee in the gym. I blew the whistle when they should mengedalikan their actions, for example, to prepare the atmosphere. Controlling emotions is also a talent,” said Van Gaal at Reuters.

In the last 20 years there were six players can MU red card against Liverpool. Vidic Nemaja most red cards which can be three times: October 2009 (Liverpool 2-0 Manchester United), March 2009 (Manchester United 1-4 Liverpool), and September 2008 (Liverpool 2-1 Manchester United).

Four United players who also had sent off is Paul Scholes (March 2007, Manchester United won 1-0), Wes Brown (January 2005, Manchester United won 1-0), Luke Chadwick (December 2000, Liverpool won 1-0), Andy Cole (September 1999, Manchester United won 3-2), Denis Irwin (May 1999, 2-2).