Paul Scholes says Manchester United star is ‘not clever enough’ - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has slammed England International Phil Jones in an interview today.
The ex-Manchester United midfielder has claimed that the former Blackburn defender is not clever enough to shine as a centre back. Lack of positional sense means that Jones...
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes says the Red Devils need Angel Di Maria if they are to fight for next season's Champions League. United spent £59.7m to sign the 27-year-old from Real Madrid last summer but he failed to live up to his price-tag after a very disappointing season at Old Trafford. But Scholes believes […]
Xavi Hernández called Manchester United FC’s Paul Scholes “the best central midfielder I’ve seen”; Champions Matchday shows how their paths intertwined.
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Ander Herrera talks to MUTV about his Player of the Month award and plaudits from Paul Scholes.
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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he is not worried by Paul Scholes' criticism of his team's style of football.
United legend Scholes claimed he was not impressed by the brand of football being played under the Dutchman this season and he criticized the current team saying they were not taking enough risks, while not playing in the 'traditional United way'.
Livepool’s scintillating brand of soccer brought them within a whisker of a Premier League title this season. In the process, Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge all emerged as great hopes for England in a World Cup year.
The style of play was so refreshing that even a club legend at Liverpool’s biggest rival feels England should emulate the way Brendan Rodgers...
Manchester United interim manager Ryan Giggs has brought Paul Scholes back to Old Trafford as an interim coach to help train the first team.
With the return of Scholes to Manchester United, he joins Giggs, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt at Manchester United’s training complex.
Following the departures of David Moyes, Steve Round and Jimmy Lumsden, the trio of Scholes, Neville and...
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...