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In a blast at former club Real Madrid, Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz says boss Sir Alex Ferguson trusts his work and never interferes.

The Portuguese had an unsuccessful spell in charge at the Bernabeu in the 2003-04 season, but says that working at United is far more pleasurable because those in higher positions don't meddle - and that includes Sir Alex Ferguson.

"On my first day at Carrington (United's training ground), Alex introduced me to the group and told me: 'Get on with it'", Queiroz told Le Monde.

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"Since that moment, he has never interfered with my work. And when things are going bad, Alex never lets me down. The big difference with United and Real is that at Madrid the directors and the press want to control the club. And the chairmen think they know football!

"At United, the only bosses of the team are coaching staff members. A few days ago we lost at home against our arch-rivals Manchester City," continued Queiroz. "We were able to think and work in the days after, but after such a defeat it would have been impossible in Madrid."
 

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You can see with the way Calderon can't keep his mouth shut for a single day that Real is not exactly the club that shines with professionalism. When the president, the person at the very top, is simply arrogant in all he does then the reputation of your club is bound to get questioned by football lovers. United, on the other hand, is class. Fergie never starts useless transfer rumours and you don't see him ever accusing any players or staff members, everything is done within the walls of the club. I am using our gaffer as the example because in United he is the person at the very top. Yes, we've got the Glazers, but they don't know a thing about the sport and rightfully they keep it quiet. MUFC just has this professional, classy aura around it - it's in the club's history and present ways and that's one of the major reasons why I give my support to United.
 

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Think thats just the way clubs abroad do it, Utd an Arsenal who have strong managers seem to be run the right way.
 
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