SPECIAL: Paul Scholes Career Track

SPECIAL: Paul Scholes Career Track

After several weeks of speculation, Paul Scholes ensure its future by deciding to retire as a player. But it would be nice if re-look at the track record of success

1974: Paul Scholes was born in Salford on November 16

1991: Joined Manchester United only in practice sessions.

1992: Helps Manchester United's youth team won the FA Cup Junior

1993: Contracted professionally by Manchester United

1994/95: On 24 September, Scholes melakoni his debut for Manchester United against Ipswich Town. In this season, he appeared 17 times and scored five goals.

1995/96: Achieved his first title with Manchester United in the Premier League and FA Cup. Scholes appeared 26 times and scored ten goals.

1996/97: Maintain the Premier League championship trophy, in which he scored three goals and 24 appearances.

May 9, 1997: Received the first call to England when Glenn Hoddle was still handled

May 24, 1997: diving debut for England as a substitute against South Africa at Old Trafford.

June 4, 1997: Playing for England in Le Tournoi and scored his first goal against Italy.

May 1998: Selected in the composition of the England squad for World Cup 1998

June 1998: Printing a second goal when England win over Tunisia 2-0 in World Cup finals.

March 1999: Print the first hat trick for the England team during a 3-1 win over Poland in Euro 2000 qualifier at Wembley

May 1999: Being a historic moment for Manchester United because it can win the treble title, Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup. However, in the Champions League final against Bayern Munich, Scholes sidelined because of sanction.

January 2000: Absent defended Manchester United in the Club World Cup since undergoing hernia surgery.

June 2000: Print the first goal for England when bent Portugal 3-2 in Euro 2000.

2001/02: Completed domestic season with eight goals from 35 appearances and became part of the England squad that penetrates the World Cup quarter-final.

2002/03: Achieved his best achievement to break through the opponent's goal 14 times for United and bring his team won the eighth Premier League title. Scholes also scored a hat-trick when winning 6-2 victory over Newastle United. Total, Scholes scored 20 goals in all competitions in that season.

February 14, 2004: Shown for the 400th time with United in the FA Cup fifth round against Manchester City. United won 4-2 and Scholes scored the first goal for his team.

August 3, 2004: Decided retired from international football with England at the age of 29 years.

August 12, 2005: Signed a four-season contract with Manchester United that made him survive until 2009.

January 24, 2006: Absent three months because of problems with his eyesight. But Scholes sidelined much longer and could not appear until the last match United in the season.

October 22, 2006: Shown in the 500th United's match against Liverpool at Old Trafford, scoring the first goal and gave his side won 2-0. At the end of the season, led United's Scholes earned his ninth in the era.

May 21, 2008: Bringing drama Manchester United won through on penalties against Chelsea in the Champions League final in Moscow.

16 April 2010: Signed a one season contract with Manchester United, which is the last contract that was signed as a United player.

May 2010: Helps United retain Premier League title and say no Fabio Capello returned to the England team for World Cup 2010.

May 2011: Driving United earned his 19th in the Premier League, but failed to carry his team won the Champions League after losing to Barcelona 3-1 at Wembley.

May 31, 2011: Announces retirement from the world who raised his name and expressed a desire to survive at Old Trafford as a coach.