Paul Scholes

Manchester United's Class of '92 are the stars of an upcoming film, albeit with one glaring error. Phil Neville did not play
The fact of the matter is, rightly or wrongly, footballers and top sportsmen enjoy very little privacy, opinions on this will vary drastically. Nowadays, it comes with the job and lifestyle that your private life as a star football player is in the public interest, so you could argue that if you don't want your privacy infringed upon, don't become a pro footballer.
1999, EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER Kevin Keegan's first match in charge of England and Poland's last visit to Wembley
Are you watching BT Sport? Sky Sports' Monday night duo Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher served up another simple yet engaging
Sir Alex Ferguson's Class of '92 (and Phil Neville) were reunited in Manchester on Monday night, as David Beckham, Ryan Giggs
Next week David Moyes officially begins his job as Manchester United manager. Professionally reticent since his announcement
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Paul Scholes played his final game for Manchester United against Swansea City at Old Trafford, a day after announcing his
"He is the most consistent and naturally gifted player we've had for a long, long time." Alan Shearer Scholes celebrates
Sir Alex Ferguson expects to have Paul Scholes back in his squad for the first time since January when Manchester United
Forget Mario Balotelli - this has just come in from Sky Sports: (Created for Huffington Post UK Comedy by David Schneider
Paul Scholes' knack for timing used to be one of his greatest strengths in his pomp with Manchester United, but the midfielder
Büttner lends Van Persie a hand along with Scholes United are preparing for their penultimate Champions League group match
"I tell anyone who asks me – Scholes is the best English player." Laurent Blanc "An amazingly gifted player who remained
Spurs' defence isn't good enough or experienced enough to option the "s**t on a stick" tactics José Mourinho's impregnable
Nick Powell has admitted it is "amazing" Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson compared him to club legend Paul Scholes
Arguably, the biggest challenge that faces a footballer is knowing when to stop. In some cases, the decision is made for them but it's more common for the player to make that call.
England-Italy fixtures are scarce - their Euro 2012 quarter-final meeting was the first in over 10 years. Even scarcer are
This year's UEFA European Football Championship - or 'Euros' as many normal people call it - sees football players playing
Sir Alex Ferguson expects next season to be Paul Scholes's last at Manchester United. The Red Devils chief confirmed on Monday