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Oldham Athletic Have Appointed Paul Scholes as New Manager
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes is officially appointed as the new manager of Oldham Athletic, a club playing in the League Two, the fourth tier competition under the Premier League, the Championship and the League One. Paul Scholes said this is the right time for him to start his coaching career after being appointed as Oldham's manager. This is Scholes's first job at the managerial level. The 44-year-old has signed an 18-month contract with Oldham Athletic. Scholes actually has a conflict of interest because he owns 10% share of Salford City, however, the FA gives Scholes approval for his new job at Oldham because he has resigned as a director of Salford City. He is now just an ordinary shareholder of Salford City. Scholes said that he is happy with his new job even though it's just a League Two club. He claims that he has prepared himself by watching Oldham Athletic matches and thinks that the club could have won many matches. Scholes said that Oldham have a good squad and it's possible for them to be promoted to the League One. He said that Oldham would be ready for promotion next season. Scholes doesn't even hesitate to use his network at Manchester United to help him to reach his target. He claims that he has talked with his former United teammate Nicky Butt who is currently head of the Manchester United academy to borrow young players for Oldham. Oldham is currently ranked 14th, so Scholes said it is difficult to get promotion this season, but he is optimistic the club could get a promotion by next season. Scholes actually had been interviewed to get this job in October 2017, but Oldham's management didn't want him at the time. Let's see how Oldham will perform under Scholes. Mourinho would love to see him fail, tough.
Watch the peak match of the first round of the Saudi Professional League, now the Saudi professional league among the top 10 League in the world
Al-Shabab club will meet Al-Ittihad at 6:55 pm on Friday in the first round of the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Cup, which kicked off on Thursday. The fans hope to see an exciting match in the names of the two teams. Argentine coach Ramon Diaz is looking for his first win with the FA after losing the Super Cup against Al Hilal in the opening season and then drawing Al Wasl in the opening of the Arab League. Diaz is counting on Karim Al Ahmadi who scored two goals in the first Two matches with the dean, as well as center-back Villanueva and double-strikers Alexandr Bezic and Romario, but he will miss the backers (Mansour Al Harbi and Hassan Moaz) for not being prepared for the match. In contrast, the home team aspires to a perfect start under Romanian coach Somodica Playing his first official game with the lions. Al-Shabab prepared for the start of the season with a series of friendly matches in which they had a good level. They did not lose any of the five friendly games they played this summer (won 3-2 draw). Coach Samodica promised the youth fans "surprises will stun everyone" during the pre-match press conference Samudica has confirmed that he is confident in his players' ability and that he is capable of returning youth to the podiums. He will meet tonight at Prince Faisal bin Fahad Stadium in Malaz and will be run by Slovenian referee Damir Scomina. no to mention that the Saudi league was ranked 29th in the world, ahead of many European and American leagues and the second Asian, a slight difference from the top-ranked K-League, where the Saudi league scored 526 points and the Korean on 528.5 points. According to the plans set by the Saudi Sports Federation and the Saudi Football Federation, the Saudi professional league will be among the top 10 football competitions in the world.
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