Van Gaal has found himself in the firing line from all quarters following Tuesday's 3-2 defeat by VfL Wolfsburg that ended United's Champions League hopes and condemned them to a spot in the Europa League.
Former players lined up to blame the Dutch coach with Paul Scholes calling United 'average' and Rio Ferdinand saying that falling into Europe's second tier competition was 'an embarrassment'.
Despite the setback, however, the former Netherlands boss remains confident in his ability to bring silverware to the club.
"No, I don't have any doubts," he told a news conference ahead of United's Premier League visit to Bournemouth on Saturday.

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