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Paul Scholes: Not the right time for Oldham job or management career

The usually reserved Paul Scholes has been vocal in his criticisms of United recently.
Paul Scholes has occasionally taken training session at the club.

Paul Scholes has ruled himself out of the running to manage his beloved Oldham by saying it was the right job for him, but at the wrong time.

The former Manchester United midfielder has said he wants to become a manager one day and would be keen to take charge of the League One club, but rebuffed their approaches this time.

Scholes, who retired in 2013 after making 718 appearances for United, said he is focusing on family life and his work as a television pundit now.

"It is no secret that Oldham...

Skiverton to ring changes

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Caretaker manager Terry Skiverton is expected to make changes for the visit of Oldham after the defeat to Walsall.

Nathan Smith missed out with a gashed eyelid, but is expected to be fit to return, while Fulham loanee Stephen Arthurworrey is also pushing for a recall after he was rested.

Liam Davis made a first start since November on Tuesday, but two games in a week may prove to be too much for the winger who experienced tightness in the groin towards the end of the game.

Skiverton, who also revealed...

Jones stunner sinks Vale

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Mike Jones scored a brilliant free-kick to end Oldham's run of three straight defeats with a hard-earned 1-0 victory at Port Vale.

Oldham should have taken a 13th-minute lead when Jonathan Forte blazed wide from Dominic Poleon's cross when it looked easier to score.

A goal looked unlikely before half-time until Vale defender Chris Robertson was penalised for a 42nd-minute push on Forte 25 yards out.

Jones stepped up to curl a stunning right-footed free-kick over the defensive wall and high inside Chris...

Paul Scholes will manage Oldham 'one day,' says club chairman

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has been a lifelong fan of Oldham Athletic.

Oldham say they would "love" to appoint Paul Scholes their next manager but revealed the former Manchester United midfielder has not applied for the job.

Scholes is a lifelong Oldham fan and served on interim United manager Ryan Giggs' backroom staff at the end of last season and occasionally takes coaching sessions for Athletic.

But although Oldham chairman Simon Corney believes Scholes will manage the League One club one day, he does not expect it to be soon.

Corney told BBC Radio Manchester:...

Purring Preston punish Latics

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Preston made it five straight league wins with a crushing 4-0 victory at managerless Oldham.

A polished display saw North End totally dominate their Lancashire rivals and step up their bid for automatic promotion.

Oldham caretaker boss Dean Holden, in charge for the first time after Lee Johnson's move to Barnsley, found his squad decimated by injuries.

And Preston scored within the first two minutes as Paul Gallagher's right-wing corner was powerfully headed home from eight yards by Paul Huntington.

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