Manchester United’s Marcos Rojo has revealed that his club boss, Louis Van Gaal makes him scared anytime he gets angry and creates his ‘bulldog face’.
Rojo was speaking during the recent international break where he revealed his admiration for the Dutchman and said getting to know Van Gaal will change a person’s perception of the notorious disciplinarian.
Goal.com quotes Rojo telling Fox Sports Argentina: “He has a really strong personality, but he is a great person. He has a bulldog face, but he is great guy. He’s scary at first, but when you get to know him and relate to him on daily basis, you get along. But only if you listen to him”.
Rojo also reveals that Van Gaal had a good personal relationship with his players, speaks Spanish and gives good pep talk.
Rojo described Van Gaal as ‘cara de perro’ a phrase used in Argentina for someone who rarely smiles and is usually frowning.
The Argentine left-back is yet to appear for United this season after being dropped by the manager for missing the club’s pre-season tour of the United States due to passport issues.