Paul Scholes set to retire fears voiced by Bryan Robson

Paul Scholes scores against Bolton
Paul Scholes could be set to retire fears former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson

According to the Manchester Evening News, former club captain and legend Bryan Robson, fears that Paul Scholes may be set for retirement at the end of the season. Scholes made a dramatic return to United in the 3-2 victory over Manchester City in last season’s FA Cup.

Sadly, Scholes’ return didn’t help towards United’s title surge, losing out to City in the final seconds of the final day. United’s midfield genius last played in the 4-1 FA Cup victory over Fulham in January. Scholes is in third in the all time appearances for Manchester United, but trails Bobby Charlton – who is in second place – by 42 apps.

Do you think Scholes’ time is up?

Ahead of the trip to Stoke City on Sunday, Robson was discussing the futures of Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes:

“Giggsy has got another year but he looks as fit as he was when he was 21. Scholesy I’m not so sure about. He’s been having a few problems with his knee. So I think he might just call it a day.Only he can answer whether or not he may register again in case of emergencies. But because of his attitude and the way he goes about training it is good to have him around the place.”

Paul Scholes has made 19 appearances this season, the same as club captain Nemanja Vidic and three more than youngster Phil Jones, notching up a solitary goal

Will Scholes be involved in the trip to the Britannia on Sunday? We’ve put together some of the best odds from around the web for you:

  • Betfred have Manchester United at 1.62 to beat Stoke City at the Britannia
  • Coral have Robin van Persie at a standout 5 to bag the opener, whilst you can get evens with bet365 and Boylesports for the Dutchman to score anytime.
  • Ladbrooks have United at 2.45 to win the game 2-0

2 Comments on Paul Scholes set to retire fears voiced by Bryan Robson

  1. Sir Alex Ferguson should wake up from his sleeping slumber & advice the 2 greats,Giggs & Scholes 2 call it a day on there stretched career,as it’ll afford him d time & opportunity 2 search 4 long term replacements

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