Alex Ferguson is renowned for being the greatest motivator in football history. Under his guidance, Manchester United became the most fearsome team in England, and conquered Europe on two occasions.
His dressing room half-time dress-downs were infamous. His furious verbal tirades became known as 'The Hairdryer Treatment' amongst players unlucky enough to be on the receiving end.
But unfortunately for us, he didn't crack it out for his team talk before Michael Carrack's testimonial earlier this month, which was filmed for Rio Ferdinand's upcoming documentary.
The 75-year-old Scotsman delivered a rallying speech to a team of United legends, including Edwin Van Der Sar, Gary Neville, Nemanja Vidic and Ryan Giggs.
At one point, when Van Der Sar asked why he hadn't mentioned goalkeepers, he responded: "I don't talk about keepers – [Peter] Schmeichel still won't talk to me because I said he wasn't world class."
Towards the end of the speech, he announced: "Apart from a great team, you've turned out great guys."
Watch the video above.