Monday August 25th, 2014

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said earning one point after two Premier League matches so far this season is not good enough.

United followed its 2-1 loss at home to Swansea in its opener with a 1-1 draw at Sunderland on Sunday. 

"We have one point and that is not good enough for Manchester United," van Gaal said to the BBC.  “We have to work a lot. The players are very disappointed after the game because we thought we would win."

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Van Gaal said that expectations are high for the club, and he expects to the team to improve. 

"Manchester United must show people they are a team to be feared again," van Gaal said. "For large parts of last season, teams treated a fixture against them as just another game."

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