Sir Alex Ferguson's eagerly-anticipated autobiography has been dissected by hacks eager to dig up dirt on a vast array of past and present Manchester United players, and the Old Trafford legend has left few disappointed.
The 71-year-old pulled the out punch in his second memoir, with some individuals expected to be heavily criticised managing to avoid the ire of the perennially peeved Glaswegian.
Wayne Rooney's relationship with his former Manchester United was not analysed in the minute detail expected by some, and the two can continue a relationship relatively unaffected by the revelations.
There were, however, stern words reserved for some of Ferguson's ex-Old Trafford charges, as well as enemies of Manchester United accumulated during his illustrious 26-year reign at the club.
But who receives the wrath of Ferguson at its most vicious over course of the book? GMS picks out five victims of the hairdryer, named and shamed in 'My Autobiography', and outlines what he said about them…