Categories
Sports

The legend – Paul Scholes

Video clip Score: four / five

23 replies on “The legend – Paul Scholes”

This player is a mixture of skills (Pirlo . gattuso. and xavi) strength .. great long balls and intelligent passes, he is the best

Yeah Keane and Scholes were two of the very best of Man utd but I think everyone is underrating Ryan Giggs, I personally think he was on par with them possibly maybe a bit worse but my favourite player. Just an opinion though

Keane was as good as Scholes. Both of them were the two best Midfielders the EPL have ever seen they were not the same as other players from the League they transcended the poor standard of the EPL.

Ferigison has a problem that he has not solved how is he going to replace Keane and Scholes.

Jack Wilshere is not as good as Paul Scholes. He has potential but that is not the same saying he as good as.

Tom cleverly also has that potential to be a great midfielder so maybe him and Wilshere will be the future of the England Midfield but we are only talking about potential.

But that still does not change the England team were the pool of 200 players that are for selection are no were near as good as Continental players.

Ronaldo at 2:42….scholesy, In the last 15 to 20 years the best central midfielder that I have seen — the most complete — is Scholes…. Legend!!

Scholes was probably the best Man Utd player, a true legend, he had this fighting spirit that mane English players have but most of all he had the vision and the skill of latin players, he could dribble, his pass quality has no equivalent, he was a creator and a defender, he could score, assist and make the difference, such a brilliant player, Zidane said it HE IS THE BEST player of the last decades.

if u think that messi or ronaldo will play in the highest level in the age of 36-37-38 ur just stupid…

paul scholes.. righft foot. left foot.. didnt matter. he was also good on the head..

fantastic player

No…just no. Don’t spoil it mate.He’ll always be the most decorated English footballer of the Premier League era.

Comments are closed.