Paul Scholes said he believes Liverpool are a dangerous sleeper in the UEFA Champions League upon their return to Europe. […]
It’s been just 15 months since Sir Alex Ferguson lead an average Manchester United squad to another Premier League title finishing 11 points clear of big spending rivals Manchester City.
The 2013/14 season brought nothing but disappointment for the Red Devils. With Sir Alex retired and David Moyes at the helm an almost identical United squad finished a lowly 7th, their worst ever...
The last 18 months have certainly been a very difficult time for Manchester United fans. Having seen the their beloved team reach the pinnacle of English football by lifting a record 20th league title back in April 2013, the United ... Read More
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes believes manager Louis van Gaal's greatest challenge is accommodating the attacking options he now has at his disposal.
However, he admits the Dutchman also has to sort out the Red Devils' suspect defence if they are to secure a return to the Champions League this season.
The Â£59.7million arrival of Argentina winger Angel...
Paul Scholes feels Wayne Rooney would be best utilised in midfield for England’s Euro 2016 qualifier with Switzerland. England were […]
Club legend Paul Scholes is frightened for Manchester United. The inspirational member of the iconic Class of ’92 isn’t wrong either. Sure, some of this is classic overreaction to the unthinkable home loss to Swansea City on opening day. Then again, some of the concern is totally warranted too.
“I am scared for United. Genuinely scared they could go into the wilderness in...
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 was sensationally named on the bench by Manchester United for their FA Cup third round tie at Manchester City after agreeing to help his old club out for the remainder of the season.
With injuries biting deep into his squad, Sir Alex Ferguson made the dramatic move to ask his veteran midfielder to come out of retirement.
"It's fantastic that Paul has made...
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