The Scot claims to have only used it half a dozen times, so when might he have unleashed 'the hairdryer treatment'?
Ferguson won everything during his time at United but his well-publicised 'hairdryer treament' became an infamous part of his success in English football
Ferguson also praised the role Manchester United in Ronaldo's development
Defour was days away from his Champions League debut when his metatarsal disappeared due to an 'open fracture'. But after receiving a letter from Sir Alex Ferguson, he tells Simon Hart how the long road to recovery has finally led him to Old Trafford with a new-found love of football
Govan-born Ferguson wishes he could have led his side to a Champions League final in his home city of Glasgow
Ferguson also dimissed suggestions that he 'made' Ronaldo into the player he is today
Ferguson retired a season after Van Persie joined United
Retired Danish under-20 international Mads Timm said he ruled through fear
Mourinho’s capacity to heap negative publicity on his clubs led Chelsea to encourage him to adopt a less combative profile when he returned to the club in 2013
Ferguson titled a chapter of his autobiography 'Drinking to Failure' to describe his early days at United, but Atkinson has rubbished his claims and says Liverpool's player drank much more
Klopp's pressing was unsustainable and the team became too tired, declares former Manchester United manager in new Uefa technical report on 2015/16 season
Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to sign Guardiola in 2001 but the Barcelona midfielder refused to meet with the manager until he had left the Spanish club
The Scot believes that Mourinho was right to go with 'his own man' at Old Trafford
Ferguson praised Messi's ability but claimed that Ronaldo is better because he 'could play for Stockport County and score a hat-trick'
Portuguese midfielder, 18, has been superb for Benfica this season.
Van Gaal also thankful for Sir Alex Ferguson support