Paul Scholes

Paul Scholes

  • Date of Birth: 16 November 1974
  • Birthplace: Salford, Greater Manchester
  • Position: Midfielder

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      Toni Kroos: Paul Scholes was better than both Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard
      -Bayern Munich midfielder, but new manager Louis van Gaal dithered on the transfer and Real Madrid stepped in and took Kroos for a measly £
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      Thierry Henry: This Manchester United midfielder always gives his 100 percent

      Arsenal legend-turned-pundit Thierry Henry is impressed with the showing of Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini this term.

      Paul Scholes: Frustrated star will leave Man Utd this summer

      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.

      Paul Scholes hints this star could leave United

      Manchester United legend Paul Scholes feels Wayne Rooney could call quits on his Red Devils career following his struggles under Jose Mourinho this season.

      Scholes: Man Utd need more than Fellaini

      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.

      £100m too much for Pogba claims Man Utd legend Scholes

      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 doubts Anthony Martial's ability

      Paul Scholes has insisted that summer signing Anthony Martial does not have the pedigree to lead Manchester United's attack.

      Germany Rising

      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.

      Why is Alex Ferguson the culprit?

      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.

      England's Left Side of Midfield - The Modern Dilemma

      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.

      Roma confirm Man Utd missed out on Daniele De Rossi

      David Moyes tried to sign Daniele De Rossi last August, according to Roma's manager Rudi Garcia. Manchester United had hoped to bring the Italian international to Old Trafford as a replacement for Paul Scholes, who had retired at the end of last season.

      Manchester United set sights on Cesc Fabregas

      Manchester United have been linked with a move for another Barcelona player, Cesc Fabregas. The Old Trafford side has reportedly placed a £26m bid for the midfielder.

      Paul Scholes turns down Man Utd coaching role

      Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has turned down the chance to become one of David Moyes' new look coaching team at Old Trafford. Last week, deals were completed to bring in Phil Neville and Ryan Giggs as first team coaches.

      Manchester United set to complete £17m move for Thiago Alcantara

      The Catalan starlet is on his way to Old Trafford as Manchester United are on the verge of capturing the signature of highly rated Spanish International Thiago Alcantara .

      Man Utd boss Moyes has £60m budget

      Manchester United manager David Moyes has been guaranteed a massive £60m budget to spend on new players. United are set to reinforce their squad with at least three more signings.

      Man Utd to complete Kevin Strootman deal

      Dutch international midfielder Kevin Strootman looks set to become David Moyes' first signing since becoming Manchester United manager. The PSV Eindhoven midfielder will complete a 9 million Euro move to Old Trafford.

      A transitional season awaits

      It was a remarkably strange close season as some of the biggest names in English football called time on their careers; this wasn't just big names on the pitch but also a notable managerial retirement too...

      Paul Scholes confirms Man Utd retirement

      Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has officially announced that he will retire at the end of the season. The 38-year-old will play his last game at Old Trafford this weekend.

      Man Utd legend Scholes to announce retirement

      Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes will call time on his illustrious career this weekend. The 38-year-old stalwart has played over 700 games for United and will quit Old Trafford at the end of the season.

      Why 4-3-3 became popular again

      During the early 2000's most Premier League teams adopted the 4-4-2 formation. Many teams with significant success. But when and why did 4-3-3 become so trendy?

      Man Utd boss defends Ferdinand 1-year offer

      Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has defended his decision to offer Rio Ferdinand a one year extension to his contract, insisting that the 34-year-old can go on to be a first team regular even next year.