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21/05/2014 - 09:19 BST

Manchester United Can Better Liverpool By Going From Seventh to First – Edwin van der Sar


Wednesday, 21st May, 2014

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar believes Louis van Gaal can follow the example set by Liverpool in the Premier League this season, and perhaps even go one better than the Reds.

Liverpool enjoyed a stellar league campaign and jumped from a previous finish of seventh up to second, coming close to even winning the title itself.

Manchester United meanwhile dropped down from winning the Premier League to finishing seventh, something which cost manager David Moyes his job.

Van der Sar believes his countryman Van Gaal, who takes over at Old Trafford after the World Cup, can do something similar to Liverpool.

"It will be hard to go from seventh to first place, but Liverpool almost did and I think Manchester United in this area have more quality", the ex-goalkeeper was quoted as saying by Voetbal Primeur.

"Van Gaal is very clear in what he wants and what he needs from the players."

Van der Sar does feel that the World Cup could serve to slow down Van Gaal's much needed transfer work, but has backed his countryman to find a way around the showpiece's restrictions if possible.

"It will be equally difficult to decide on the transfers that the club need to make around the World Cup, but if someone can handle such a situation, maybe it is he.

"His performance in the Netherlands, Spain and Germany speak for themselves. He won the title in each country."

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