Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has reportedly employed a special team of trained security personnel to protect him and his wife.
According to a report by Mirror Sport, the former Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Holland coach is so scared of being attacked by angry Manchester United fans that he has employed a 24 hours security team equipped with the latest security gadgets and dogs to protect him and his wife Truce in their expensive Cheshire home. The under fire boss already has guards at games and the training ground.
Fans have been calling for Van Gaal's sack for over a month now, with some even hurling abuses at the manager in the stadium after a deadly patch of form throughout the month of December, with out of Work Jose Mourinho and assistant manager Ryan Giggs being mooted as managers to succeed the Dutchman.
Louis Van Gaal's men will face Stoke City on Tuesday in the English Premier League.