MANCHESTER United manager Louis van Gaal will not be taking League One strugglers Yeovil Town lightly in Sunday’s FA Cup third-round tie.
United head to Huish Park as heavy favourites to see off the bottom side in England’s third tier and progress to the next stage of a competition which they last won in 2004.
However, Van Gaal has already seen his side suffer a sensational defeat to a League One side this season, when they were beaten 4-0 by MK Dons in the League Cup in August and the Dutchman also pointed to cup shocks during his time at Ajax and Barcelona as he underlined the need for United to avoid complacency.
“We know from our early exit in the (League) Cup that league places mean nothing in the cups but I know that also from Ajax and Barcelona so it’s not only like that in England,” Van Gaal told the media.