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Who is the Salford City manager?

Paul Scholes was born on the 16th of November 1974 and is the current manager of Salford City. He was raised in Salford, just outside Manchester and as a young player, he joined Manchester United’s academy. At the age of 19, he made his Premier League debut under Sir Alex Ferguson, straight away making himself a fan favourite for his passion towards the Red Devils.

In 1992, he won the FA Youth Cup alongside future legends: David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs. He then got onto the score sheet for the 1st time against Coventry City at Old Trafford. At the end of the 1994-95 season, Scholes came on a substitute in the FA Cup final as they lost 1-0 to Everton. As Mark Hughes left to join Chelsea, Scholes had more opportunities the following season and so scored 14 goals in all competitions the following season and United became the 1st English side to win the double twice. The following season, Scholes picked up another Premier League winners medal.

Roy Keane at the start of the 1997-98 season suffered a bad knee injury which would rule him out for the season, causing Scholes to move into a deeper midfield role to provide cover for him. Unfortunately, United finished the season without a major trophy, which had only happened once in the last 10 years. However, the 1998-99 season was remarkable as Scholes played a key role in helping United to win the treble: The Premier League, Fa Cup and Champions League.

On 25th of March 2000, Scholes scored on of the best goals of his glorious career, volleying the ball in from the edge of the area. Just one week later, he scored his 1st career hat-trick in a 7-1 win over West Ham. With the signing of Argentinian international Veron, Scholes was moved to a more advanced position, playing just behind the striker. This position role affected Scholes in a great way as he scored a career high 20 goals. Over the next 10 years, Scholes would go on to play over 400 goals and by the end of his career, he had reached the century mark with over 100 goals

In 2014, Scholes and a few other Manchester United legends purchased Salford City with 50% of the club being owned by billionaire Peter Lim. A year later, Scholes took over as interim manager for a 2-1 win over Kendall Town, but this was short lived. In 2019, Scholes took his 1st job into a permanent managerial career as he joined Oldham Athletic. Its fair to say that Scholes did really poor and just 7 games in, he resigned.

Scholes is now in charge of Salford City, and just a few days ago picked his 1st win at the club. He is expected to only be at Salford for a short while as caretaker manager, but if he can pick up good results, then maybe he will stay on a more permanent basis.