Louis van Gaal gives death stare at the end of interview

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Manchester United have succumbed to their fourth straight defeat in all competitions and it appears that Louis van Gaal has been left on the brink of the sack at Old Trafford. 

After being comfortably beaten at the hands of Stoke City, the Red Devils have now failed to win in their past seven outings. 

Unsurprisingly, then, following the 2-0 defeat at the Britannia Stadium, Van Gaal wasn't in great spirits during his post-match interview. 


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As you can see in the video below, the United chief has admitted that he's not certain whether the club's hierarchy will be behind him after another defeat. 

But it was the final few seconds of the video that really told its own story. The United chief gave the Sky Sports reporter only what can described as a death stare...


Dynamic has to change

Let's be honest, Van Gaal's day in Manchester are numbered. Ultimately, despite a spirited second half performance, his players didn't show enough fight for him.

With a tricky clash against Chelsea on the horizon, it remains to be seen as to whether Van Gaal will remain in the dugout. 

But who should replace him? The obvious name is Jose Mourinho, of course, but it may well be time for Welshman Ryan Giggs to step up. It's certainly going to be an interesting couple of weeks for all involved. 

Manchester United fans: who should replace Van Gaal? Have your say below! 

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