- Date of Birth: 16 November 1974
- Birthplace: Salford, Salford, England
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Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has said that Chelsea have 'something missing' under Frank Lampard as they continue to struggle against the big teams in the Premier League.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has called on the Old Trafford outfit to make a January transfer move for Arsenal's out of favour midfielder Mesut Ozil. The German World Cup winning playmaker has been forced out of the club's squad by manager Unai Emery, leading many to speculate that he will be departing the club in the January transfer window.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has slammed his former club for the signing of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal during the 2018 winter transfer window.
Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Paul Scholes believes Jose Mourinho should stop moaning and concentrate on changing the club's fortunes after a slow start to the season.
Manchester United club legend Paul Scholes has slammed the signings of Victor Lindelhof and Eric Bailly; telling reporters that he believes both defenders have yet to produce the form necessary. The Premier League club moved for Swedish defender Lindelhof and Frenchman Bailly in transfer deals worth a total of £60 million.
Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has criticised Manchester United legend Paul Scholes, saying that the former England international couldn't recognise a leader.
Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Paul Scholes has slammed Paul Pogba for the lack of leadership qualities following the Red Devils' surprise defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion.
Former Manchester United striker, Wayne Rooney is close to a move from Everton to DC United in the United States, Press Association Sport reports.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has slammed the showing of Alexis Sanchez following the Red Devils' 1-0 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup final.
Manchester United favourite Paul Scholes believes Alexis Sanchez should be dropped by Jose Mourinho for the Red Devils' FA Cup semi-final versus Tottenham Hotspur.
Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Paul Scholes believes manager Jose Mourinho should seriously considering dropping Alexis Sanchez to the bench after his lacklustre performance against Sevilla in the Champions League.
Arsenal legend-turned-pundit Thierry Henry is impressed with the showing of Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini this term.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has revealed that Wayne Rooney will want to leave Old Trafford amid his lack of playing time under Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes feels Wayne Rooney could call quits on his Red Devils career following his struggles under Jose Mourinho this season.
Paul Scholes has blasted Manchester United after his old club suffered their third straight defeat, going down 3-1 to Watford at Vicarage Road on Sunday, claiming that Marouane Fellaini should not be starting for the Red Devils.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has commented on speculation that his former club are set to complete a world record deal to sign Paul Pogba from Juventus, by claiming that the French midfielder is not worth the type of money United appear ready to pay.
Paul Scholes has insisted that summer signing Anthony Martial does not have the pedigree to lead Manchester United's attack.
The momentum has been building for a good few years now. Joachim Low has built a squad that is ready to bring the World Cup back to Germany.
After a praiseworthy relatively long stint as the manager of the self-sustained Everton side, David Moyes enjoyed much coziness having finished inside of the seventh spot on eight different occasions notwithstanding the minimal fund that he had obtained from the head honchos at Everton to bolster his side. Such mind-blowing accomplishments lifted him to the managerial position at arguably the best English football club in the past couple of decades only to be sacked with four matches to go this season.
With the World Cup in Brazil a matter of weeks away, Roy Hodgson will have a good idea of who will be on that much coveted flight to the land of sun, samba and football.