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Paul Scholes returns to his first love, Oldham Athletic, glad to turn his back on the media machine

S.China Morning Post Tuesday, 12 February 2019 ()
A mini-bus carrying five former Manchester United players in June 2017 struggled to leave Beijing University. On board, Paul Scholes waved and smiled at the crowd of students who surrounded the bus, taking pictures and shouting his name. One girl appeared overcome with emotion. Along with Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt and Gary and Phil Neville, Scholes was in Hong Kong and then Beijing on a five-a-side tour where his passing was almost as crisp as when he played, even if his legs were not. “Do...
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