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RESTRICTIONS:SNTV clients only. Scheduled news programmes only. Use within 14 days. If interested in archive use after 14 days please contact . Internet use only for SNTV clients with digital rights licensed in their contract. For any questions regarding rights restrictions please contact There was another testy exchange between Louis van Gaal and the English media on Friday (29th January) after Manchester United won 3-1 at Derby County in the FA Cup fourth round.Script: SOUNDBITE: (English) Louis van Gaal, Manchester United manager (on whether he allowed his team to play with more freedom)Q - Louis, did you allow your team to play with more freedom or did the opposition allow you to play with greater freedom tonight?"Why I have to...I cannot answer this question because you know already your answer. Because your question is only to say tomorrow, 'Ah, they had more freedom.' They didn't have more freedom. They have always freedom from me so you want to write that, OK. But don't ask me then rhetorical questions because for you it's obvious they had more freedom. No, I'm sorry. It's the same philosophy, the same training sessions the past three days and I give my players always freedom because building up attack is more freedom than defending. Defending, I have a gameplan but I can explain that with a thousand words. You are writing tomorrow, 'No, they have more freedom.' And then I have to answer these questions. I have already answered this question now but I'm not pleased with how you are twisting my words."SHOTLIST: 1. 00:00 SOUNDBITE: (English) Louis van Gaal, Manchester United manager (on whether he allowed his team to play with more freedom)Source:Premier League Productions

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