Louis van Gaal had a last-minute scene added to his documentary LOUIS. That’s what Orange coach NPO Radio 1 says on Langs de Lijn En Omstreken.
Van Gaal has seen the film four times now, and where fragments still need to be deleted, he has had pictures added. “I missed a few pieces,” Van Gaal said. “For example, our parents’ home didn’t exist at first, but it came in. I think it’s important because I was born there and it says something about the Van Gaal family.”
The national coach of the Dutch team did not immediately agree to a documentary in which he will be watched for three years. “I had to make sure it followed a total human principle.” It so happened that Van Gaal thinks he can improve his image. “People know me as I am often portrayed: usually with a big mouth, screaming, rebuking. Never rewarding me, which I do much more often. Or empathizing with other personalities.”
Van Gaal is nervous about a snippet that goes by all the time. “My shouting ‘we are the best’ has been played about 100,000 times, but I did it just to entertain the people on this square. I don’t believe it, but there’s nothing I can do. But I’m a different man than this man. “
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