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Can We Leave it Out Now?

Okay, he`s back, he`s doing a good job, but can we lay-off the praise for a while?

I have every respect for Paul Scholes, after all not many could have announced they were coming out of retirement on a Thursday and then play on the Sunday without it being noticeable by a lack of fitness and match-finesse, but Scholes did.

But this constant feed from the camp is starting to grate and I can`t help feeling some of it is going over the top, especially the latest scribing from Rio who has, supposedly, remarked,

"Only a handful of players could do it."

"Iniesta, Xavi, Messi - they`re the players who look as if they could play at the drop of a hat."


See what I mean, and I`m a United supporter in case you`d forgot, god knows what the supporters of other teams must be thinking!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 18 2012

Time: 4:51PM

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He's a serious player with bundles of talent we all know that, you're right redboy we don't need to keep on being told. Scholes can't like it too much having spent most of his career away from the spotlight.
TheFamousNo7
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19/01/2012 20:06:00

He will regain some fitness - but hes not going to be playing every match so would be good as an occasional starter or as a super sub
niteworlok
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21/01/2012 08:37:00

 

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