The former Manchester United midfielder opens up his testing spell at the Manchester United; with the Everton side, he is enjoying his football again.
The French international accused the former Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal for removing all the freedom from his game.
In 2015 the French international joined the Manchester United club a for a big money move.
When he arrived at Manchester everyone has high hopes for him but he fails to deliver for them and in the beginning of the year he joined the Everton side from the Manchester United.
Schneiderlin bales the former Manchester United boss who tries to turn him into a new player that one he signed.
In an interview, he said: “This first year with Louis Van Gaal sticks in the throat.
“I didn’t take any pleasure on the pitch. He left me the little freedom in my game, even though I have quite a lot of experience in the Premier League.
“With him, I felt like playing a robot. They said to me, ‘You must never go and get the ball in this part of the pitch, you must not do this, that’. These instructions may have disturbed me a little.
“When a player wonders during a game – ‘But what does the coach want me to do in this situation?’ – he begins to be less efficient.
Especially at Manchester United, in a context where all matches are scrutinized by the media and where one can quickly be criticized from everywhere.”
In 2015-16 season for Louis Van Gaal, the midfielder made 39 appearances in all the competitions.
This January transfer window he joined the Everton side for £20 million.