Louis van Gaal 'to order Manchester United players to eat together'

Head coach Louis van Gaal of the Netherlands reacts during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group B match between Australia and Netherlands at Estadio Beira-Rio on June 18, 2014
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Louis van Gaal will reportedly order his Manchester United players to eat together every day at 1pm in a bid to form team unity.

New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has reportedly put plans in place to make sure that his players all eat together after training.

The Dutchman will go straight into his role as the new United manager after guiding the Netherlands to third place at the World Cup in Brazil.

The 62-year-old recently suggested that he wants his new team to have the same unity that helped the Netherlands perform on the global stage this summer.

As part of that plan, according to the Daily Mail, Van Gaal will order his players to eat meals with the youth players and coaching staff at their Carrington training base at 1pm every day.

Van Gaal will arrive at the club's training ground on Wednesday morning.

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