1. Van Gaal is one of the most decorated managers in world football, having won 20 major honours in his managerial career.
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2. Van Gaal moved to Barcelona in 1997 and won two league titles and one Copa del Rey, but left after disagreements with the club's hierarchy.
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3. Van Gaal was then appointed at the Netherlands, but failed to qualify for the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
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9. On 1 July 2009, Van Gaal took over as coach of Bayern Munich.
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12. On 6 July 2012, Van Gaal was presented as the new Netherlands coach.
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13. Van Gaal was confirmed to replace David Moyes as the new manager for Manchester United on 19 May 2014, becoming the club's first manager from outside the British Isles.
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18. On 4 February 2015, Van Gaal was charged by The Football Association over comments he made about the referee Chris Foy, saying, "Every aspect of a match is against us – the pitch, the referee" during United's goalless draw with Cambridge United.
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20. On 4 August 2021, Van Gaal came out of retirement to take charge of the Netherlands national team for a third time.
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