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Scholes Is Back!

Scholes Is Back!

I guess the lure was just too great!

The news has broken this lunchtime that Paul Scholes has come out of retirement.

The United legend has agreed to a request to lace up his boots and play again and will play for United until the end of this season.

Welcome back Scholesy!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday January 8 2012
Time: 12:20PM

Comments

0
scholes one of yer best players ever! (if 0nly he could tackle) wish we could have got him till the end of the season.
evertonmandan
08/01/2012 13:52:00
0
Hes a ginger thug!
chris the villan
08/01/2012 15:10:00
0
You need Winston Churchill and you get Ian Duncan Smith. Pathetic.
fifthcolumnblue
08/01/2012 21:09:00
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P.S. In case nerdy doesn't know, IDS was the leader of the Conservative party a few years back.Can't expect Norwegians to keep abreast of british politics now can we?
fifthcolumnblue
08/01/2012 21:11:00
0
Desperation it'll be Bobby Charlton next
Tiny T
08/01/2012 21:40:00
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Filth did you miss my comments, by the way I thought you were German. Oh and filth, a little lesson in geography, Scandinavia is not just a region made up by Norway, where Denmark is the capital - maybe is it too complicated for you, check the internet out.
nordkap
09/01/2012 09:52:00
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OK, so you're Danish - the point remains that I live in Manchester, I support my local team and chances are, I've been to the theatre of soiled bedsheets more than you have. Why don't you support FC Copenhagen or someone a bit more local? Plastic.

P.S. You're doing a good job of showing Chavel Morrison and Paul Pogba that they've got an outstanding future at manure by recalling Scholes. Another masterstroke of management from senile slur.

fifthcolumnblue
09/01/2012 09:59:00
0
In your response to the so called plastic fans, where do you think the PL would be if it wasnt for the global interest and fans from all over the world, wake up clown, no one would drop a penny in *****ty's bucket if it wasnt for the global interest in PL, that is created by the millions of fans from all over the world. Sweden is also part of Scandinavia, so I could be Swedish, but what does it matter..As for Pogba and Morrison, have you watched them play day in and day out, if SAF is so bad as make you him out be, how come he has 12 PL titles to his name, makes you wonder.
nordkap
09/01/2012 10:07:00
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12 PL titles, why? Money, that's why.
Bluedub
09/01/2012 10:15:00
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hahaha, yeah thats why *****ty has been so successful.
nordkap
09/01/2012 10:47:00
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