Manchester United manager Louis outpost Gaal says he will not renounce after his side drew 0-0 with Chelsea on Monday.
United have now unsuccessful to win in 8 games in all competitions – a initial time that has happened given 1990 – and are 5 points behind fourth place.
But Juan Mata and Anthony Martial both strike a woodwork in an softened United arrangement opposite Chelsea.
And Van Gaal said: “When a players give such a opening with a lot of pressure, there’s no reason to resign.”
‘Players are peaceful to fight’
It has been a contrast week for Van Gaal, who before Christmas
after criticising a media for speculating about his position.
The Red Devils
during Stoke, while United scarves with a name of recently sacked Chelsea trainer Jose Mourinho on them were sole outward Old Trafford before Monday’s game.
Van Gaal, though, is assured he has a support of both a players and a club’s board.
“The predicament here is a sourroundings and we [the media] are partial of that,” combined Van Gaal.
“The players are peaceful to quarrel for each metre. The manager is peaceful to fight. The members of staff are peaceful to quarrel and a house has each certainty in a staff and a manager.”
‘If it happened to Mourinho, it can occur to me’
However, with United sixth and bottom of a Premier League form table, Van Gaal accepts he is not defence from a sack.
“In this crazy football universe it can occur each day and also with me,” he said.
“When it happens to Jose Mourinho afterwards it can occur with me.”