Scholes: Ferguson won’t quit until Man City beaten

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has revealed that his former manager Sir Alex Ferguson will not quit until he has seen off the threat of Manchester City , The Sunday Mirror reports.

Scholes retired this summer after an illustrious career under the United manager and is now on the coaching staff at Old Trafford working closely once again with the Scotsman. The 36 year old now believes that Fergie has more work to do to see off City, even though he is reaching the end of his managerial career.

The former England international said: ‘Sir Alex has seen off Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea in his time at United. Having City challenging him now will only be a big motivation for him to carry on. He will want to make sure that City never finish above us while he’s still in charge at Old Trafford.’

Scholes won half of the Manchester derbies he played in and knows what it is like to score the winner, having headed United to victory in April 2010 in a last gasp win.

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