Manchester United long serving midfielder’s Paul Scholes has expressed his happiness with the progress of Brazilian trio’s Anderson, Rodrigo Possebon and the Da Silva twins with Sir Alex Ferguson team. The Brazilian trios have broken into the European and Premier League champion’s senior squad this term and Scholes is enjoying football now as he can save some of his energy thanks to Anderson effort and Possebon recently.
Scholes admits that he hasn’t gone overboard on giving assistance for the newcomers.
“You give a little bit of advice but not too much. These are good players anyway. They don’t need much talking to,”
“They wouldn’t be here if they didn’t know their job. I would just say to them just do exactly what has got you here in the first place.
Scholes also hailed United big boss, Sir Alex and believed that bringing them would help the club to carry out and winning trophies for years to come.
“The manager has obviously seen something in them that has got them to this stage, so why stop that? Carry on with what they have been doing.
“It is good having the youngsters in because they can do all the running for you. You can just sit and pass the ball to them and off they go.”
Scholes talked about the coming games against Liverpool and Chelsea. He thinks that the international games may affect the team as most players may be tired from traveling for long distances and players who are not in playing with their national team can not even play a 7side game!
“There have been four or five of us training and that does disrupt it massively – especially when we have an early kick-off on Saturday,” Paul added.
“We will get an hour of training probably on Friday. Sometimes it helps and sometimes it doesn’t. We will just have to wait and see on Saturday.
“But it is the same for every team. Liverpool will have a lot of players out; Chelsea will have every player out as well.
“But these are historically tough games and whenever you play them it isn’t any different. You need to play these games at some stage during the season.”