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About Paul Scholes

Paul Scholes is a football player who plays as a midfielder for Manchester United in the Premier League. He was credited as one of the best players to have ever played in the Premier League.

Swansea city manager Brendan Rodgers has said that Scholes is the best player to have ever played in the Premier League and would feature in his all time Premier League XI team.

Paul Scholes in News

Redknapp says Spain deserves to be compared with champion Brazil side of 1970
Former England player Jamie Redknapp has said the current Spanish football team fully deserves to be compared with the brilliant Brazilian team of the 1970s.

Man U midfielder Scholes and custodian Amos sign new contracts
Manchester United's veteran midfielder Paul Scholes and talented young goalkeeper Ben Amos have signed new contracts with the club.

'Man U does not sign players to enhance brand recognition', says club director Arnold
Manchester United commercial director Richard Arnold has insisted that the club does not buy players to boost brand recognition or club merchandise.

Ex-Man U captain Keane believes England lack required 'unity, spirit' to succeed
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has said the England national team doesn't have the required unity and spirit to achieve success in big tournaments.

Rio Ferdinand relaxes on holiday with family after England snub
Rio Ferdinand was spotted relaxing on a family holiday in Spain after being left out from the England Euro 2012 squad this week.

Man U veteran Scholes will play next season while youngster Pogba set to leave
Veteran Manchester United player Paul Scholes, who came back from retirement at the start of the second half of the season, has agreed to play for one more season.

Man U will release only 'veteran' Giggs for Great Britain Olympic team
Manchester United has made it clear to the Football Association (FA) that they will only release veteran Ryan Giggs as the over age player for the Great Britain squad for London Olympics.

Van Persie's comment 'I'll always be a Gunner' gives Arsenal fans hope he will stay
Arsenal captain Robin Van Persie insisted while collecting the Football Writers' Player of the Year award that no matter what happens during the rest of his career, he would 'always be a Gunner'.

'Veteran' Lampard wants to emulate Scholes, Giggs by playing for long at Chelsea
Veteran Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has expressed his desire to following the footsteps of Manchester United legends Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs by playing for as long as possible for the Blues.

Arsenal's Robin van Persie named Footballer of the Year
Arsenal captain Robin van Persie has been the football writers' overwhelming choice for Player of the Year.

Scholes in 'form of his life': Ferguson
Manchester United manager, Alex Ferguson believes veteran Paul Scholes is in form of his life.

Ferdinand wants to emulate Man U veterans Scholes, Giggs
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has said he is inspired by veteran midfielders Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs, and would like to continue playing as long as he can.

Giggs says 13th Premier League title will be his sweetest
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has congratulated teammate Paul Scholes for his goal against QPR, and believes that they are closer to the 13th title medal, which could be the sweetest of the lot.

Ferguson pays tribute to veteran Man U midfielder Scholes
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has described veteran midfielder Paul Scholes as a great player, after he scored the second goal in their 2-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Ferguson says presence of title-winners makes Man U favourites for Premier League title
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes the presence of so many players with Premier League medals in the squad, have helped them leave their rivals trailing in recent weeks.

Premier League title race heats up as Ferguson warns City of mind games
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has hit back at Manchester City's football development executive Patrick Vieira's comments on the return of Paul Scholes, saying if City wants to indulge in mind games, then he has plenty of ammunition for it.

Scholes keen to play further for another season
Manchester United's ace midfielder Paul Scholes is ready to extend his comeback at the club by another season.

Student arrested for making sick comments against 'critical' Fabrice Muamba
A student has been arrested after allegedly making sick comments about Fabrice Muamba, the Premier League footballer who collapsed with a heart attack during the first half of a FA Cup tie between Tottenham Hotspur and Bolton.

Lampard says Villas-Boas ignored present over future
Veteran Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has praised former manager Andre Villas-Boas' intelligence, but believes in pursuit of laying the foundation for a good future at the club, he completely lost sight of the present.

Man U to sign Gaitan for 29.3 million pounds
Manchester United are close to securing a 29.3 million pounds deal to sign Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaitan at the end of the season.

Man U teammates urge Scholes to come out of retirement
Manchester United teammates have urged midfield legend Paul Scholes to come out of retirement.

Man Utd.'s horse wins race for first time
Manchester United players have been celebrating as their racehorse, which they jointly own, has won a race for the first time.

Scholes praises Ferguson for getting the best out of Man U stars
Former Manchester United star Paul Scholes has praised coach Alex Ferguson as he celebrates his 25th anniversary as club boss, saying that he always has had the ability to bring the best out of his players.

'Sex-scandal' hit Ryan Giggs dodged banter from teammates
Ryan Giggs, who had affairs with his sister-in-law Natasha, and Big Brother star Imogen Thomas, escaped banter from Man U teammates over fears of dressing room bust-ups, it has been revealed.

Scholes understands Tevez's refusal to play against Bayern Munich
Paul Scholes, who played alongside Carlos Tevez at Manchester United between 2007 and 2009, has said that he understands why the Manchester City's striker apparently refused to warm up against Bayern Munich.

Scholes admits his youngest son has autism
One of England's finest football players, Paul Scholes, has revealed in his frank new autobiography, Scholes: My Story, the strength he gained from his close family and tells of the support they have been to his youngest son Aiden, who suffers from autism.

England football stars a mollycoddled and pampered lot: Scholes
Former Manchester United and England star Paul Scholes has blasted the current national squad for being a "mollycoddled and pampered" lot and claimed they have no chance of winning a trophy.

Andre Villas-Boas slams Man United's 'Chelsea too old to win title' remarks
Andre Villas-Boas has slammed Manchester United over taunts that Chelsea are too old to win the Premier League.

Five-week summer break helped in getting back to brilliant best: Rooney
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney reckons that the five-week summer break has helped him to come out all guns blazing in the Premier League.

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