Manchester united midfielder Marouane Fellaini has revealed that former Manchester united Louis Van Gaal was strict towards his players during training sessions than new red devils manager Jose Mourinho according to reports in Sky Sports.
Marouane Fellaini who moved to Old Trafford from premier league side Everton football club under scot boss David Moyes was a first team player for Louis Van Gaal and has also started some games for Jose Mourinho this season.
Marouane Fellaini who hails from Belgium made 65 appearances in all competitions in two seasons under Louis Van Gaal and has registered 13 appearances for Jose Mourinho this season.
Speaking in an interview with Sky Sports the Belgian revealed that the Dutch manager was stricter on the team’s training ground than the Portuguese boss. He said:
“Training sessions were stricter under Louis than Mourinho. With Mourinho, it is a lot funnier because it isn’t a normal routine. It changes all the time. Everything was different under Louis because he had a different philosophy but he was very strict”.
Following his appointment as manager at Old Trafford in the summer, Jose Mourinho hinted that the Belgian would be a key player in his team and he went on to contact the player during the 2016 Euro tournament.
The Belgian midfielder has showed his support for Jose Mourinho who has come under pressure following United’s poor displays in the premier league and he stated that the Portuguese would be a successful coach at Manchester united.
Fellaini disclosed that Jose Mourinho is the right manager to take over at Old Trafford because of his experience and success in other leagues and added that the Portuguese needs time to excel at Old Trafford.