Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has received his fair share of abuse over his career with numerous players, managers and pundits voicing their dislike of the Dutch boss.
There are an equal amount of people who are fans of the Red Devils boss, but the latest person to give their opinion was not very keen on the 64-year-old.
Former Republic of Ireland international Eamon Dunphy was part of the panel for RTEs coverage of Manchester United's game with Club Brugge, and as the show was coming to a close the 70-year-old was asked his thoughts on Van Gaal.
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The former Millwall player first said: I think he is a total spoofer." before launching an explicit insult saying: "I think he is a total bu********."
Presenter Darragh Maloney looked less than impressed with the words of Dunphy and the Irishman is sure to receive some backlash from the television station.
United cruised into the Champions League group stages with a 7-1 aggregate win against Club Brugge and their performance in the match last night was arguably one their most fluent under Van Gaal.
The Belgian club offered little resistant and were missing a number of their best players but the Red Devils still got the job done in emphatic fashion.
Wayne Rooney's performance will be especially pleasing for everyone at the club as he ended his ten game goal drought with a well taken hat-trick.
Ander Herrera also produced a strong performance in the second half as he was pushed further forward following a poor first 45.
Memphis Depay and Sergio Romero were two players to further impress as the Red Devils secure their place in Europe's elite competition.
United have been drawn in a group with PSV Eindhoven, CSKA Moscow and Wolfsburg for the group stages.