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Scholes Holds The Key

Sir Alex Ferguson was quick to hail the influence of Paul Scholes as the United midfielder guided his young colleagues to a comprehensive win over Celtic.

Scholes netted twice and was at the forefront of all things promising in the 3-0 win, further emphasising his value to United when fully fit.

Sir Alex Ferguson is relieved to see Paul Scholes back in the team and bang on form.

Scholes scored twice in our 3-0 friendly win over Celtic and Sir Al said on MUTV:

'When you see Paul Scholes playing like that... he gave the ball away once tonight so he is fined a week's wages! I think he brings a better order to your play, better composure and patience about it. He is never in a hurry, he's got everything sorted out in his head, he's got such good vision.'

'The most important thing, I think he loved playing with the young players and he really enjoyed it.'

Lets hope Scholes is now over his vision problems as he is a key player in our quest to reclaim the title this season, especially now we've lost our top scorer!




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Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 30 2006

Time: 10:27AM

Your Comments

although scholesy looks like he was brought up on a diet of chip butties he was a great player for united in his twenties, it would be great for us if he has indeed rediscovered his appetite for the game. However he is the master of the mis-timed tackle and if he and Carrick are going to "pull the strings" then who is going to do all the dirty work?
heath newton
lol, you are so right, he doesn't look exactly a fit lad, but a pocket dynamo never-the-less. whether he can reach the heights again remains to be seen, but still a key player for us.
SirAl
scholes has been great for us but i dont think he will be the same this season and i dont think he will get many games with carrick coming in and the imminent arival of senna
carrickisours
Scholes is past it, like the rest of the team COYS
North Devon Spurs
 

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