Paul Scholes: Ex-Manchester United midfielder interviewed for Oldham manager's job

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Another former United midfielder, Richie Wellens, is now interim manager and has spoken of his desire to take on the role full time having won all three matches in charge.

Paul Scholes hosted training session for the club's youth team a year ago while working towards his UEFA coaching badges and has never hidden his love for the Latics.

Oldham have been without a manager since John Sheridan left in September with the Latics bottom of League One.

The club's board will now have to decide whether or not to give Wellens the job or go with the big-named former worldwide superstar.

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Oldham now lie in 19th position in League One and a takeover of the club remains ongoing.

It was reported in some corners on Wednesday that Scholes has had a meeting with Oldham regarding becoming their new manager.

Paul Scholes has been interviewed for the managerial vacancy at Oldham.

With Richies Wellens having made a positive impact during his short interim stint, however, will certainly make the decision for the Latics' board a hard one.

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Former AC Milan manager Seedorf was given a tour of the team's training facilities last month, and Sky sources understand a decision on an appointment will be made next week.

During a glittering playing career Scholes hoisted 11 Premier League titles, three FA Cups, two League Cups, along with a brace of Champions League triumphs.

Scholes spent 20 years in the first team at United, making 718 appearances between 1993 and 2013.

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