Paul Scholes Has Been Appointed The Manager Of Oldham Athletic
Paul Scholes is set to be unveiled as the new manager of League Two side Oldham Athletic after being cleared to take charge of the club.
He will reportedly be announced as the new boss at 14:00 GMT on Monday.
The former Manchester United midfielder will take his first managerial role with the club he's followed since he was a young boy, and will try to help 14th place Athletic climb up the league ladder.
Good luck to my friend Paul Scholes, announced as new manager at @OfficialOAFC pic.twitter.com/IRrt5Xbdop
- Ian Abrahams (Moose) (@BroadcastMoose) February 10, 2019
Paul Scholes is going into management, I hear.
The debates continue... pic.twitter.com/vNikJUp8Fq
- Josh (@Josh_LFC4life) February 10, 2019
Paul Scholes is set to be unveiled as the new Oldham Athletic manager at a press conference on Monday.
More :point_right: https://t.co/XFpHdgW9Pq#bbcefl #bbcfootball #oafc pic.twitter.com/a592YiXrav
- BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 10, 2019
Back in 2017, Scholes took charge of training Oldham's youngsters "about once a month".
His sessions are said to have went down extremely well with the academy side, who were no doubt ecstatic to be learning from arguably the most technically gifted players in Premier League history.
Brendy Galakin, a youth player, was certainly delighted about having the opportunity to be trained by such a decorated player.
He posted a picture of the scholar squad posing with Scholes.
Scholes taking our session today :ok_hand::soccer: pic.twitter.com/zQROTsVGT9
- Brendy Glackin (@brendyg123) January 24, 2017
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