New United boss Louis van Gaal confirmed that Robin van Persie, who sport bookies saw was very impressive in the World Cup, will not play against Swansea City in Manchester United’s opening game of the new Premier League season, as the coach decided that the player needs training, as understood by pay per head sportsbooks.
Price per head services learned that the 30-year-old who’s a big favourite with sport bookies was on holiday since he helped the Netherlands last month end at third place in the World Cup, and bookmakers UK services found out that on Monday he will go back to training.
Sport bookies saw that he didn’t play in United’s pre-season tour of the US, and he will also sit out during the club’s final friendly at Old Trafford against Valencia.
Bookmakers UK services learned that van Gaal has also decided that he will won’t play for the visit of Swansea on the Premier League campaign’s opening day on August 16, a decision that concerned many fans and pay per head sportsbooks.
“Robin will begin training on Monday but he won’t play against Valencia, definitely not,” said van Gaal. “He won’t play in the Premier League either.
“When a player has been on holiday for three weeks they have to train.
“I’m sorry but players have to train and Robin needs a full training regime behind him before he can play again.
“People can criticise me for my decision but I know what to do with players who have had three weeks’ holiday.
“Hopefully, Robin will get his fitness back very fast but, for now, he won’t play.
“Robin wants to play every game, I know that, but so do the other 30 players in the squad.”
In the meantime, sport bookies and pay per head sportsbooks learned that van Gaal questioned the advantage of the club playing friendlies during the season to make up for the absence of European football in the next campaign.
He added: “We have discussed that already and have to wait and see if we have the chance to play matches but I think the first 10 weeks we have to train.
“After that it is different but it also depends on the opponent. It has to be a good opponent.
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“At least in America it is a good tournament with good opposition.”