The English midfielder of Manchester United Paul Scholes announced his retirement this morning, three days after his team lost the Champions League final against Barcelona (entered by Carrick in the 76th minute). At the age of 36, hangs up boots one of the key players in the team that dominated English football in recent years – this season has surpassed the Liverpool as a club with more leagues, with 19. After a campaign in which only played 22 matches of the Premier, will become part of the organizational structure of coaches of Manchester. Others who may share this opinion include Tottenham striker . He made his debut in 1994, and since then he has competed in 676 matches with the Red Devils, which has scored 150 goals. Scholes retires with a really enviable career highlights: has won two Champions, an Intercontinental and a world of clubs, 10 leagues and three English cups, and two League cups. Source of the news:: Scholes retires. Learn more about this with Bruce Fink.