David Seaman mocks Paul Scholes over his criticism of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho
Scholes slammed Mourinhos team after the defeat to West Ham last month and this week said his former club had turned into a laughing stock.
United now feels like Liverpool from years ago, like were making all the same mistakes as they did, Scholes told ESPN.
We were watching Liverpool and City from afar and smirking as they changed managers and players every year, never getting anything right.
It feels like we have turned into a Liverpool or a Man City. I feel like people are looking at us and laughing like we did at them many years ago.
Manchester United are a mess.
Scholes has also criticised Mourinhos downbeat nature at Old Trafford but Seaman says this is ironic coming from the United legend.
Speaking on talkSPORT, the legendary goalkeeper said: Paul Scholes telling Jose Mourinho hes a moaner? Paul Scholes? Hello!
You dont mind if its constructive but it just seems to be wherever Paul goes hes having a right go.
Its a little bit unjust, especially from Scholes who was so quiet as a player.
Mourinhos mood at Old Trafford will not have improved after he was charged by the FA for using improper language after the Newcastle United victory.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss watched on as his team fell two goals behind at home to struggling Newcastle.
But the home side scored three goals in the final 20 minutes to turn the game around and potentially save Mourinho his job.
As Mourinho walked off the Old Trafford pitch, he looked at a BT Sport camera and is alleged to have said fodas filhos de puta (f**k off sons of b*****s) in Portuguese.
If found guilty, Mourinho could be hit with a touchline ban. He has until 6pm on Friday to respond to the charge.