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“If Portugal calls me, I’ll listen”. – Van Gaal on his Coaching Future after announcing his retirement.

Van Gaal, though, has struggled with illness throughout his third term as manager of the Netherlands, receiving treatment for prostate cancer while he got the Oranje ready for the World Cup.

Less than two weeks after quitting his position as manager of the Netherlands. Louis Van Gaal has made it possible for Portugal to return to management. 

After an incredible career, Van Gaal announced that the 2022 World Cup would mark the end of his time managing football. In 2014 in Qatar, he led the Netherlands to the quarterfinals before losing to eventual champions in Argentina. Although many people automatically thought this was his last performance, the 71-year-old revealed something startling on Tuesday.

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Van Gaal wants to be Portugal Coach

After that loss, Van Gaal resigned from his position; They had named Ronald Koeman after his replacement before the competition. After being out of the game for five years before to accepting the job in the Netherlands, he will now enter retirement.

He has also said that, should Portugal make an approach, he might return to management. After Morocco eliminated them from the quarterfinals, they fired Fernando Santos. Now Van Gaal, who had also been connected to the Belgium position, is making it possible for him to be replaced.

Van Gaal, though, has struggled with illness throughout his third term as manager of the Netherlands, receiving treatment for prostate cancer while he got the Oranje ready for the World Cup.

I’m once more retired. But if Portugal calls, I’ll take the call. All I have to say is that.

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Louis on Netherlands’ Loss against Argentina

“First and foremost, while I only served as the team’s head coach during this time, I will not be doing so. My very last game was this one. Van Gaal said he was in his third season as head coach.

“During that time, I oversaw 20 matches and never suffered a defeat. You can probably search that up on Google. I am reflecting on a wonderful time spent with a brilliant bunch of players.

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“I just believe that I was defeated in the penalty shootout today, not otherwise. Yes, it is pretty painful to watch how we have been removed even though I had a great time. In particular, because I took all the necessary precautions to avoid this”.

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Pratik Sharma
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