Ferguson is the most successful manager in British history.
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Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has urged everyone connected to the club to have "some patience" as current boss Louis van Gaal tries to bring the glory days back to Old Trafford. United have yet to win any silverware since Ferguson retired in 2013 after guiding the English giants to 28 trophies in 26 and a half years in charge.Immediate successor David Moyes was sacked after less than a season in charge in May 2014 and this term has seen Dutch manager Van Gaal come under intense pressure after United went out of the Champions League at the group stage and were knocked out of the Europa League by archrivals Liverpool, having already been beaten in the League Cup by second-tier Middlesbrough.Ferguson had a warning for incoming Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, who will bid to return United's "noisy neighbors" after guiding current club Bayern Munich and former side Barcelona to domestic and European success.
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