Louis van Gaal who turned 64 on Saturday celebrated with a dinner at a Chinese restaurant in Manchester
After kicking off this English Premier League season with a 1-0 win over Tottenhman, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal celebrated his birthday with a dinner with his wife and a few friends.
On Saturday evening, he was seen heading to popular Chinese restaurant Wing's with his wife Truus.
Some of his players including new No 7 Memphis Depay and former goalkeeper, Peter Schmeichel were also in attendance at the dinner.
At the press conference after the game, Van Gaal celebrated his birthday by attempting to entertain the media with a performance of The Beatles' song 'When I'm 64'.
"The Beatles have a song," Van Gaal said before bursting into the song 'When I'm 64.'
"'When you hear what they are singing, all my wishes are fulfilled," the former Barcelona coach said.
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