Louis van Gaal is a “scoundrel” who “treats players poorly” says Mexico legend Hugo Sanchez, who is unhappy over his treatment of Javier Hernandez.
The former Real Madrid striker, who won 58 caps for Mexico from 1977-1994, also said, in an interview with Mexican television show Futbol Picante, that Van Gaal has ‘made 50,000’ mistakes.
Hernandez left Old Trafford for Bayer Leverkusen on Germany’s transfer deadline day, a move which came days after the striker missed a penalty in United’s Champions League play-off win over Club Brugge.
Van Gaal gave assistant manager Ryan Giggs a stern look when the spot-kick was missed and Hernandez – who spent last season on loan at Real Madrid – also missed a late chance to add to the scoreline.
“Van Gaal made a bad decision – and it’s not one he’s done for the first time, he’s done it 50,000 times,” Sanchez said.
“I’ve coached and a coach cannot do that to their own player. I’d go out and applaud him and tell him to trust in himself. But that look he gave Giggs… what a scoundrel.
“It was a bad game for Chicharito but any player in the world can do that. Van Gaal is a scoundrel; hopefully those in England realise he is a bad person and treats his players poorly.
“He should be professional. The players deserve professional and humane treatment.”