Van Gaal installs `sleep pods` for ManU players to rejuvenate faster

Washington: Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal has introduced high-tech sleep pods designed to give the players maximum comfort and rest time between sessions when they are training.

Van Gaal has restructured the training schedules which may even include night sessions as the evenings get darker.

Van Gaal wants all his players to spend more time at the training ground while he tutors them in his way of working.

He has also installed floodlights on the main training pitch at Carrington, ripped up the pitch to install the same grass system as at Old Trafford and also ordered the squad to eat together.

Adding up to the changes, he has ordered diggers and earth movers to put up more of a wind break at the training ground, saying that Wind is not always the friend of the players, It`s not always the friend of the ball and so something has to be done for that too.

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