I know Scholes better than the chairman, so for the time being I believe Scholes would have had justifiable reasons, not like he was sacked because he wasn't good enough in the job-like Jose. Honest player, honest pundit, reserve judgement on the management bit. Had he been a player who was always giving it the big un and was a charley big spuds and loved the limelight, then may be not.
Won his first game then three draws and three defeats.
Reports say he left as he didn't get the control he wanted, which the chairman disputes
Seems to me he realised just how hard it was and bailed before it got worse.
Scholes and Neville deserve respect for having a go but let's not forget they liked to dish it out as pundits.
Both found out how difficult being a manager can be and let's see if they have another go.
Paul Ince is another who can talk the job but is still after a decent start not done anything.