Louis Van Gaal's Daughter Won't Pass Twitter Messages to Manchester United Boss

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterMay 25, 2014

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - MAY 17: Holland manager Louis van Gaal with assitant manager Danny Blind (L) during the International Friendly match between The Netherlands and Ecuador at The Amsterdam Arena on May 17, 2014 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images)
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Louis van Gaal may not be on Twitter, but his daughter Brenda is, and some enterprising fans have clearly decided it is worth sending her a message or two regarding the Manchester United team to see if she will pass it on to her father. 

But she won't.

In Dutch, Brenda wrote:

Beste fans van MU, bedankt voor warm welkom. Ik wil helder hebben dat ik geen boodschappen door geef aan mijn vader.

— Brenda van Gaal (@brendavangaal) May 22, 2014

And on Sunday morning she repeated the message in English:

Dear MU fans, Thank you for the warm Welcome. But to be clear. I will not pas any Messages to my father.

— Brenda van Gaal (@brendavangaal) May 25, 2014

At least fans found the right person, this time.

Now is surely the time to leave Brenda alone, although not every fan picked up on her message:

@brendavangaal i hope your father does a great job! hopefully by buying @ToniKroos 😉

— Fahad Al-Olayan (@F_Olayan) May 23, 2014

[H/T 101 Great Goals]

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