Manchester United legend Paul Scholes wrongly refers to Sky Sports while working for BT Sport

‘I read it on Sky Sports… oops!’: Paul Scholes makes hilarious blunder while working for BT Sport as the Manchester United legend mistakenly says the name of the rival live broadcaster when asked about his call in england

  • Paul Scholes mistakenly mentioned Sky Sports while working for BT Sport
  • Scholes was asked how he found out he was first called up by England
  • The midfielder was given his first chance in the England setup by Glenn Hoddle











Paul Scholes made the hilarious mistake of referring to rival broadcaster Sky Sports while researching for BT Sport.

Scholes was working for BT covering Manchester United’s game against Southampton and was asked by presenter Jake Humphrey how he found out he was first called up by England.

Scholes responded by saying, “I don’t remember to be honest. I think I probably just read it on Sky Sports.

Paul Scholes made the mistake of referring to Sky Sports while working for BT Sport

Scholes, who was speaking to presenter Jake Humphrey, quickly realized his mistake

Scholes, who was speaking to presenter Jake Humphrey, quickly realized his mistake

The United legend then stopped short as he quickly realized his mistake and said ‘oops’.

Humphrey then chimed in, saying: “Can I just point out that’s only because at that time BT Sport didn’t exist.”

Scholes then said, “Exactly. I was going to say it.’

Humphrey was asking Scholes about his career in England as Glenn Hoddle was also in the studio.

Glenn Hoddle gave Scholes his first opportunity in international football in 1997

Glenn Hoddle gave Scholes his first opportunity in international football in 1997

Scholes made 66 appearances for England before retiring from international football in 2004

Scholes made 66 appearances for England before retiring from international football in 2004

Hoddle gave Scholes his first England call-up in 1997, with the midfielder making his debut against South Africa at Old Trafford.

Scholes made 66 appearances for England, scoring 14 goals.

He announced his retirement from international football relatively early in 2004 as he opted to focus on playing for United and his family life.

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