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Scholes Coaching Role?

It should be an interesting meeting!

For someone who appeared shy of talking to the media during his playing career, Paul Scholes has been quite vociferous since announcing his retirement.

Scholes though isn`t finished with his Old Trafford career and has been promised a place on the coaching staff.

According to reports filtering through to the tabloid press, the extent of this coaching role will be determined when Scholes sits down and talks with Sir Alex Ferguson this week.

Does anyone out there have any kind of inkling as to what his role might be?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 28 2011

Time: 11:35AM

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Teaching Carrick how to pass forward?
TheFamousNo7
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28/08/2011 12:44:00

Teaching Carrick how to pass forward?
TheFamousNo7
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28/08/2011 12:44:00

hehe, by the looks of it, Carrick does not look close to getting into the first team. SAF did state that he would drop his rotation principle from last season, and he has sticked to that decision, Cleverly and Ando sofar looks like first choice.. Clever reminds me of Scholes, his movement, his passing, he might just lack the killershots and cross pitch precise passing, but with Scholsy as coach, he will be able to perfect these skills. Love the way we keep on old star players, to pass on their experience, mentality and United spirit, I am sure this is one of the reason why we see the youngster stepping up..
nordkap
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29/08/2011 10:42:00

hehe, by the looks of it, Carrick does not look close to getting into the first team. SAF did state that he would drop his rotation principle from last season, and he has sticked to that decision, Cleverly and Ando sofar looks like first choice.. Clever reminds me of Scholes, his movement, his passing, he might just lack the killershots and cross pitch precise passing, but with Scholsy as coach, he will be able to perfect these skills. Love the way we keep on old star players, to pass on their experience, mentality and United spirit, I am sure this is one of the reason why we see the youngster stepping up..
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