Scholes spent the entirety of his Manchester United career playing under Ferguson.
During that time he won 11 Premier League titles and won the Champions League twice.
The now retired midfielder is regarded as one of English football's best-ever players.
His pinpoint passing was key to the Red Devils dominating under Ferguson's tutelage.
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And the 42-year-old has revealed he would boot the ball near the Scot and, despite his best efforts to the contrary, would always be blamed for it.
"Yes, that’s a bit true!" he told Four Four Two when asked if he would boot balls at his manager.
"I wouldn’t go for the manager, but I might hit one just by the side of him to try to wake him up.
Paul Scholes won 11 league titles at Manchester United
"I wasn’t stupid enough to aim directly at his head.
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"He would look around and see who did it, and even though I’d be standing in a crowd of about eight players, I would always get the blame!
"I do remember I once hit Phil [Neville] from distance with a cracker right on the head. It sent him flying – it was hilarious!"