Speaking ahead of Francea s international fixture against Denmark, midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin claimed that he was coming to terms with Louis van Gaala s rotation philosophy at Manchester United.
The Frenchman was excluded from the starting eleven against Arsenal as Manchester United conceded three quick goals in the first half in what turned out to be an embarrassing outing for the Red Devils.
You Have To Get Used To It
As . reported by FourFourTwo, the Frenchman said that he was getting used to not playing all the matches under Louis van Gaal at Manchester United. Used to playing regularly at Southampton, Schneiderlin believes that he is still adapting himself to Van Gaal’s philosophy after being left on the bench.
“I have played a lot of matches. The coach made a lot of changes in attack and even in midfield and you have to get used to it.
“I used to play all the games with Southampton but things have changed. I happened to be on the bench, you have to take it philosophically.”
Louis van Gaal opted to start Michael Carrick and Bastian Schweinsteiger together in the midfield against Arsenal with most critics blaming the final result on this decision. Scheiderlina s industrial presence was missed as the likes of Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla dictated the game in Arsenala s favour.
The Frenchman also spoke about Anthony Martiala s explosive start to his career at Manchester United and revealed that the young striker was not letting the plaudits a get to his heada .
“This is someone (Martial) who has a good head on his shoulders, he does not let it go to his head.
“He’s always got the same good humour and the same desire to work.”
With Manchester United due to face City in two weeks, it will be interesting to see if Morgan Schneiderlin can earn a place in the starting eleven following Van Gaal’s decision to drop him at the Emirates.