Manchester United legends player Bayern Munich legends today and beat them 4-2. Louis Saha, Dwight Yorke, Andrew Cole and Jesper Blomqvist all scored for United, in a game which also saw the likes of Edwin Van der Sar, Paul Scholes, Jaap Stam and Phil Neville play.
It was been revealed that the game has raised £800,000 for the Manchester United Foundation, who work in some of the most disadvantaged areas across Greater Manchester to educate, motivate and inspire young people.
Tom Cleverley is set to leave Manchester United on a free transfer this summer to join Everton, bringing his 14-year spell at Old Trafford to an end.
At Goodison Park, Cleverley will re-join Roberto Martinez, who coached the 25-year-old when he was on loan at Wigan, a spell during which the soon-to-be former United midfielder, who will sign a five-year deal with Everton, produced some of the best football of his career.
Deco on Chelsea's player power, Jose Mourinho, Paul Scholes - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Deco has given a fascinatinginterview with Four Four Two where he discussed about his playing career, managers he like, his favourite players, idols, career with Porto, Chelsea and Barcelona and many more.
Can Mesut Ozil be branded unambitious for Arsenal move? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has claimed that Mesut Ozil took the 'easy route' by opting to join Arsenal from Real Madrid last season. The Gunners paid a club record £42.5m for the German's services but has failed to make a last impact for the North London club.
Louis van Gaal has come under plenty of criticism under recent weeks for the style of football Manchester United are playing. The results haven't been too bad, with United currently sitting third in the league and in the next round of the FA Cup, but the football hasn't been exciting to watch.
Paul Scholes, in his column in The Independent, has spoken about the expectations on players when he was in the team, and his feelings on the football that United are currently playing.
Poor old non-descript Jake is being ousted already
BT Sport have unveiled their new presenting and punditry stable as they move into their brave new Champions League era and bloody hell it looks like they're chucking some money at it!
As you've likely heard, Gary Lineker has taken a pay-cut with the BBC to take the gig fronting BT's Champions League coverage next season, leaving Jake Humphrey to carry on with the Premier League stuff.
Victor Valdes played for United's U-21s against Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford recently, the first time he had been on our pitch since being in goal for our Champions League semi-final win over Barcelona, when Paul Scholes scored that goal.
Ahead of the Legends match between Manchester United and Bayern Munich, Quinton Fortune has recalled the moment at the end of last summer's game when Bastian Schweinsteiger waited for Paul Scholes' shirt like a fan would.
I'll never forget something really special that happened, when Schweinsteiger waited for Scholesy at half-time so he could get his shirt.
With Gareth Bale an unpopular player at Real Madrid, despite essentially scoring the goal that won them their 10th European Cup last season, Paul Scholes reckons the Welshman should sign for Manchester United this summer.
I watched El Clasico on Sunday and it was clear Bale was having a hard time of it.
With last month seeing the release of "Made in Manchester", an ebook in which some of the best Manchester United writers around look back at United's best academy graduates—all proceeds from which go to the Trafford Macmillan Wellbeing Centre—it seemed a good time to pick a top five from the many fine products of United's remarkable youth system.
In an interview with the Evening News, Ander Herrera was made aware that Paul Scholes was the last midfielder to get in double figures for United. In the 2004-05 season Scholes scored 12 goals. Herrera is on five and is keen to emulate Scholes.
Paul Scholes is maybe the biggest midfielder in the United history.
Carlos Tevez has spoken about players he admired when he was younger and has claimed that, whilst it's great getting to play with Andrea Pirlo at Juventus, Paul Scholes is the best player he's played with.
When I was a child I used to play with pebbles. I never collected figurines of players, because I was very poor and I couldn't afford them.