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Manchester United great Scholes takes charge at Oldham

Paul Scholes becomes new manager of League 2 side Oldham United Manchester United's Legend Paul Scholes Appointed Oldham Athletic Manager -
Cary Erickson | 12 February, 2019, 08:38

Scholes has always been linked with the Oldham job and emerged as the frontrunner for the post after the December sacking of Frankie Bunn.

New Oldham Athletic boss Paul Scholes plans to lean on Manchester United to help improve his squad.

However, owner Abdallah Lemsagam moved to appoint a full time manager and has turned to Oldham-born Scholes on a full time basis until 2020.

Scholes will be in the dugout for his first game in charge tomorrow night (Tuesday 12th February 2019) at home to Yeovil Town.

EFL, Paul Scholes and the two clubs arrived at an agreement on Friday where the English football pundit will be forbidden fr signing players from Salford.

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"It's no secret how much he has wanted this job in the past and how much he loves this club, so I'm very happy to bring him into our family at Oldham Athletic". "But now I feel, I hope, the time is right to give it a go and hopefully we can be successful together".

However, an English Football League meeting held on Friday confirmed that he was cleared of any such conflict of interest, and could take over the management of the Latics.

"It is great that Paul is back in football and everyone at the club wishes him all the best in his new venture into football management".

"There's obviously been three or four times over the last six years where [managing Oldham] could have happened and I've not been quite ready, " Scholes said.

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