Paul Scholes has revealed his desire to become a manager.
He currently is a football pundit, who is known to be outright in his views.
Former Manchester United star midfielder Paul Scholes has said that he wants to become a manager. The former Premier League winner currently works as a football pundit and is known to be one of the most outright ones in depicting his views. However, it seems that Scholes is looking to venture into ungrazed grounds and start off as a manager soon.
Speaking about his unfulfilled aspiration, Scholes said, “For 20-odd years, from leaving school, I’ve always had something to try to achieve at the end of it. It was usually trying to win a trophy. Then you spend five or six years in the media and there’s nothing to achieve. I don’t see where there’s something to achieve in that. I don’t think there’s anything to achieve, apart from giving comments.”
He added, “I’m ready again to try to achieve something. It might be a massive failure, if something happens. I don’t know. I just don’t know. But I want that sense of feeling again on a Saturday afternoon to have something to achieve. I’ve been sat around for five years now, not doing nothing but doing stuff where no results come at the end of it.”
In conclusion, he said, “I want to be in coaching, in managing. I keep saying it — I didn’t say [it will be with] Oldham, though if something happens, you’ll know. Results might not be as I want them to be, but I’ll know I’ve given it a go and not been sat at home wondering about it.”
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