Maybe it’s better that Paul Scholes kept his words to himself because he made himself look rather silly tonight with his analysis on Sky Sports after his Manchester United team were ripped to shreds by Manchester City.
Unbelievably, instead of criticizing Manchester United for the weaknesses this season, Scholes criticized Arsenal’s players for going missing and playing with...
Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is retiring for a second and final time, ending a career that saw him regarded as one of the most technically gifted players of his generation.
The 38-year-old former England international initially quit in 2011 but was persuaded to return for United in January 2012.
Scholes announced on Saturday: ''I am finally hanging up my boots...
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May 11, 2013
Paul Scholes is the victim of a new type of crime. The Manchester United veteran was “frostjacked,” leaving him short of one multi-purpose car.
Thieves stole Scholes’ Chevrolet Captiva LT 2 Estate out of his driveway Monday morning. They made off with the £30,000 ($47,300) vehicle, which he left running but unattended while the windows were defrosting, the Manchester Evening...
Paul Scholes scored his first goal since ending his short-lived retirement to help Manchester United to a 3-0 Premier League win over Bolton on Saturday.
In the second match of his comeback, Scholes turned in Wayne Rooney's cross-shot in the 45th minute for his first goal since August 2010.
Danny Welbeck made it 2-0 in the 74th and Michael Carrick completed the scoring with...
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January 14, 2012
Scholes called time on his playing career at the end of last season only to reverse that decision at the weekend after admitting to manager Sir Alex Ferguson he regretted stepping down.
The 37-year-old made a 30-minute cameo during Sunday's Manchester derby at Etihad Stadium as United beat local rivals City 3-2 to advance to the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Scholes was partly...
Paul Scholes came out of retirement on Sunday to help alleviate Manchester United's injury crisis, making an immediate return to the bench for Sunday's FA Cup derby at Manchester City.
United lost the 37-year-old midfielder at the end of last season when he quit football after 676 appearances for United over 17 years.
But Scholes, who remained on United's staff as a...
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January 08, 2012
I reckon the biggest concern for Sir Alex and the Manchester United faithful was not dealing with the heartache of Paul Scholes’ retirement; it was trying to move forward and adequately find a suitable replacement.
The longstanding Manchester United manager has come to the realization that he may never find someone competent enough to replicate Scholes. He was unique in every...