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Scholes: We Can Beat Inter Even If They Do Get Away Goal

United fans are encouraged to bring their flags and scarves to tonight’s Champions League match against Inter Milan, in a similar effort to the Show Your Colours campaign of last season against Barcelona. Whilst the 0-0 at the Nou Camp was viewed as a good result, there has been a more negative slant on our [...]

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Tottenham Love Paul Scholes

Manchester United take on Tottenham Hotspur in the League Cup final on Sunday, something which United are obviously favourites for. However, United are likely to field a team with more youngsters, in fitting with our attitude throughout the competition, including the likes of Evans, Gibson, Welbeck, Eckersley and Possebon. Jamie O’Hara, who played an important [...]

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The Goal That Should Have Won Us A European Cup

“In 2004, Manchester United went out to a young Porto that nobody would have even bet a euro on winning and that’s football,” said Mourinho, ahead of today’s match against Inter Milan. Oh yes, I remember, when a linesman failed to see the three players playing Paul Scholes on side and disallowed a goal that [...]

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Scholes: I Caught It Quite Well

Paul Scholes is on two goals in three games at the moment, with his goal against Fulham last night going down as one of his better finishes. He caught the ball perfectly and fired the ball in Mark Schwarzer’s direction. The keeper could only block it though, unable to stop it crossing the line, given [...]

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Patient Play At Its Finest

Manchester United have played patient football throughout the season, particularly at Old Trafford, when the opposition come and park the bus. Breaking down teams who are clinging on for a 0-0 draw for dear life is a difficult task and something Sunderland, Bolton and Middlesbrough have almost proved successful with against us this season. This [...]

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VIDEO: Scholes, Berbatov and Rooney’s Goals Against Fulham

Manchester United cruised to victory last night against Fulham, taking us five points clear at the top. Paul Scholes was first on to the scoresheet, before Dimitar Berbatov doubled the lead, and Rooney wrapping up the points with our third.

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Cantona Wouldn’t Even Be On Scholes’ United XI Bench!

Schmeichel; G Neville, Ferdinand, Brown, Irwin; Beckham, Keane, Robson (capt), Giggs; Van Nistelrooy, Sheringham. Substitutes: Ronaldo, Rooney, Tevez, Carrick, Butt, P Neville, Stam. And how does Scholes explain himself?

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Scholes: No Point Being Here If You’re Not Hungry For More

Paul Scholes got his name on the scoresheet for the first time this season at the weekend. Having missed a large chunk of the season due to an operation, it’s taken Scholes longer than usual to find the back of the net. He has today reflected on his desire to score more goals and win [...]

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Scholes Unsure Whether Tottenham Goal Belongs To Him

Scholes Unsure Whether Tottenham Goal Belongs To Him

Manchester United are through to the 5th Round of the FA after beating Spurs at the weekend. After going a goal down early on, United scored two goals in two minutes to earn their progression. Dimitar Berbatov scored the winning goal in front of the fans of his former club, who up until that point [...]

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VIDEO: Scholes And Berbatov Against Tottenham

United are through to the next round of the FA Cup after being Spurs 2-1 at Old Trafford. After conceding just five minutes in, two goals in two minutes was all we needed to secure victory.

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Scholes Doesn’t Want To Go To Japan

As the Champions of Europe, United are obligated to take part in the FIFA Club World Cup, which we have won before in 1999, meaning we’ll have even more games in hand on the teams above us in the table. United have played their last Premiership match until Boxing Day, with the lads set for [...]

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Time For Paul Scholes To Make The Difference To Our Season

In terms of the effect they have on the team overall, I’d say Wayne Rooney and Paul Scholes are the most influential players United have. Their creativity outshines what any of our other players have on show, seeing passes and movement with ease, and having the ability to then follow through with the required ball. [...]

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“Keane And Scholes Were Toughest Opponents When I Was At Arsenal”

Former Arsenal captain, Patrick Vieira, has today confessed that Manchester United midfielders, Roy Keane and Paul Scholes, were the best he came across during his nine years in the Premiership. When asked about his most difficult opponents, Keane and Scholes were the only players he described at length, speaking in full praise of the pair.

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Scholesy Is Back!

Reports today suggest that Paul Scholes is ready for first team action after missing two months with his bad knee. Tonight he is likely to have a place on the bench after spending the past two weeks in full-time training.

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Have United Replaced Keane and Scholes With Anderson?

Have United Replaced Keane and Scholes With Anderson?

When Anderson first joined United, I was expected a flair player, who’d be great on the attack, but whose work rate may suffer. He was billed as the replacement for Paul Scholes, which was incredibly exciting, considering the thought of finding someone to fill Scholes’ shoes should have been a worry for all United fans [...]

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