The Netherlands head coach has set his sights on reaching at least the semi-final of the upcoming World Cup in Brazil, while admiring KNVB for showing confidence in his abilities.
Netherlands head coach, Louis van Gaal, has revealed that his prime objective is to guide his side to at least the semi-finals of 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The 61-year-old tactician was appointed as the Oranje coach following the dismissal of Bert van Marwijk after their abysmal Euro 2012 campaign.
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