Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal won't be given a banner inside Old Trafford, reports The Daily Mail.
The Dutch coach - who has just signed a three year deal with the Red Devils - won't be given the same treatment that former boss David Moyes was given in the Stretford End.
Moyes' 'Chosen One' banner was taken down after he departed the club towards the end of last season, and the group responsible for the banner have stated on Twitter that they will not create another one.
They tweeted: "The Moyes banner was made to show support for the new manager, as was the call by Fergie. The next manager will not have a banner made."
Manchester United fans will be hoping Van Gaal has greater success than his predecessor when he gets going after the World Cup.
The Red Devils endured a nightmare campaign as they finished outside the Champions League places in seventh place.
Van Gaal will be desperate to lead Manchester United back into Europe's elite competition next season, as the Red Devils look to bounce back in style.
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