April 2, 2011, Manchester United's Chief Executive David Gill (L) is seen talking to Manchester United's Scottish former manager Alex Ferguson in East London. AFP PHOTO/GLYN KIRK
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Manchester United's results are not good enough after the investment made in the team, but top director David Gill called Sunday for fans to stop jeering under pressure coach Louis van Gaal.Manchester United have spent £250 million ($355 million) on players since Van Gaal arrived in 2014 but after the latest defeat they are fifth and five points adrift of a top four Champions League place.Van Gaal has been particularly criticised for United's style of play. The 52-year-old Mourinho has been linked with the job before, but United chose David Moyes to succeed Alex Ferguson in 2013 and Van Gaal to come in a year later.Gill declined to comment on the Mourinho report but did say he does not believe Van Gaal is finding the United job more difficult than he imagined.
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