Football Soccer - Newcastle United v Manchester United - Barclays Premier League - St James' Park - 12/1/16. Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal and assistant manager Ryan Giggs look dejected. Action Images via Reuters / Carl Recine. Livepic
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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal would rather be taking his under-performing team anywhere but bitter rivals Liverpool Sunday as speculation continues over his future at Old Trafford.Liverpool's rivalry with United is one of the most intense in English soccer and even after the thrilling draw with Arsenal Klopp was already thinking about United's visit to Anfield.The biggest problem facing Liverpool might be their own crippling injury concerns rather than United's indifferent form which has seen them win twice in eight league matches.Liverpool have 11 players in the treatment room, although they showed real resilience to gain a point against Arsenal.
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