Sc­holes in­ter­viewed for man­ager’s job at Old­ham

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

The for­mer Manchester United and Eng­land mid­fielder is a life­long Old­ham sup­porter.

The League One club de­clined to com­ment on re­ports link­ing Sc­holes with the va­cancy cre­ated when John Sheridan was sacked last month.

But it’s un­der­stood the 42-yearold, who has worked as a tele­vi­sion pun­dit since re­tir­ing from his play­ing ca­reer in 2013, has met the Ath­letic hi­er­ar­chy to dis­cuss the man­ager’s role.

Richie Wel­lens is the care­taker boss and is also a can­di­date for the full-time role.

For­mer Real Madrid and AC Mi­lan mid­fielder Clarence See­dorf also held talks with club chair­man Si­mon Cor­ney last month but re­ports later claimed that was only as a fact-find­ing ex­er­cise with the Dutch leg­end keen to take over a club ei­ther in the Pre­mier League or Cham­pi­onship.

Old­ham are 19th in League One and next play Black­burn on Saturday.

Life­long Latic: Paul Sc­holes.

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