Paul Scholes with sharp criticism of his old club

Paul Scholes with sharp criticism of his old club
Manchester United has three wins in the last four Premier League matches, but fans are not happy.

Play wise, the team has in fact not been near impressing anyone.

Against Burnley on Wednesday it was a win, but not much more to enjoy.

In long periods it has been this way since Sir Alex Ferguson chose to move from the dugout to the VIP stands at Old Trafford.

Now the current United manager Louis van Gaal receives sharp criticism by the club legend Paul Scholes.

In his column in the London Evening Standard yesterday, Scholes speak out against what he thinks is a cowardly United team.

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