It appears Louis van Gaal can’t win when it comes to Manchester United. The Dutchman was called into question initially when the change from the failings of David Moyes was slow, and now that things are different it appears he’s got other problems on his hands. If he thought the closing of the transfer window would bring a reprieve he was totally and utterly wrong, with it now claimed he’s facing a players revolt due to his training regime. It’s not quite the French Revolution, but The Sun say certain players are unhappy that all fun and banter has been removed from proceedings at the club’s Carrington training ground, and that a delegation of players told him as much. If that’s not enough Van Gaal himself admitted last night that he expects his side to finish second or third in the Premier League this year. Speaking at a fan event, the United boss also reiterated his expectation that Ryan Giggs will succeed him as manager.