The Argentine insists the Dutchman “is a great person” but admits he is scared when the Manchester United manager gets angry
Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo admits he’s scared of Louis van Gaal’s “dog face”.
Van Gaal is known for his regimented training methods and style of play, while reports earlier this week have claimed that United’s senior players have spoken to the Dutchman about the strict regime currently in place at Old Trafford.
Rojo, who is yet to appear for United this season having failed to show for their pre-season tour of the United States due to passport issues, was asked about Van Gaal’s style of management during the international break with Argentina.
“He has a strong personality and it’s scary when he’s angry. He has a dog face,” the 25-year-old told Fox Sports Argentina.
“He is a great person and will have a good relationship with you, as long as you obey him in everything he says.”
Rojo used the term ‘cara de perro’ to describe Van Gaal, a phrase used in Argentina for someone who rarely smiles and is usually frowning.