Paul Scholes 'still has plenty to offer' in football games
19th May 2011 - Sigvard Magnus
Paul Scholes' continued influence in key Manchester United football games provides a convincing case for the veteran midfielder to delay retirement.
The 36-year-old has hinted that he may retire following the Champions League final against Barcelona on May 28th, but former teammate Gary Neville is convinced that he has more football games in him yet.
Neville, who retired himself in January, noted: "If I was playing at the ability level he reaches and making the contribution he still makes in games, I would carry on.
"Obviously the manager will be speaking to him and he'll come to the right decision for himself and his family."
However, the former England and Manchester United right-back admitted that Scholes is "his own man" and is unlikely to be influenced by his or anyone else's comments.
Scholes retired from international football following England's Euro 2004 exit at the age of 29. He turns 37 in November and has won ten Premier League and two Champions League titles as a player for Manchester United.
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