The Red Devils have secured their place in the Champions League qualifying rounds for next season and are still in the running to end up third in the league table this campaign.
While Van Gaal was signing autographs for fans following the 1-1 draw with Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday, a few supporters began to sing 'Louis van Gaal's Red and White Army’ and asked the man himself for a verse.
The Dutchman complied, and it did not go down well with Hutchison, who made the following post on Twitter and then replied to tweets from his followers.
No Trophies in two years for Man Utd. Not since 11 years ago that’s happened (I think) yet LVG singing on the pitch. Peeps slag Arsenal off.— Don Hutchison (@donhutch4) May 18, 2015
@samueLjacksonc ha ha oh sorry what a Redic mistake on my part— Don Hutchison (@donhutch4) May 18, 2015
@scott_parkes my point was we have all slated Arsenal (myself included) for celebrating 4th. Didn’t fit than Man Utd are now doing the same.— Don Hutchison (@donhutch4) May 18, 2015
Perhaps Hutchison is a bit harsh on Van Gaal, but the fact remains that for a club as big as United, finishing in the top four of the Premier League is a bare minimum.
United are the biggest club of England and one of the biggest in the world, and they should be challenging for major trophies.
Of course, this season was all about getting back into the top four, and from that perspective it is a job well done for the Red Devils.