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12 February 2019, 04:34 | Henrietta Morgan
The role will be the former Manchester United player's first in management
Former England midfielder Scholes, who spent his entire career at Old Trafford, has signed a one-and-half-year deal with the League Two club.
A 3-0 victory at Crawley Town on Saturday was Oldham's first in the league since New Year's Day and they are 14th in the table - nine points off the playoff spots.
Scholes subsequently follows in the footsteps of former teammates Ryan Giggs, Phil Neville, Gary Neville, and Roy Keane who have either previously/or-are-currently dabbling in the chaotic world of football management.
"There's obviously been three or four times over the last six years where [managing Oldham] could have happened and I've not been quite ready, " Scholes said.
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Scholes has also previously acknowledged that, having worked as a pundit and been outspoken in some of his opinions, he is open to criticism if things do not go to plan for him as a boss.
"I know it wasn't what he thought he was going to do when he was a player".
"Paul has won everything there is to win in football", Oldham owner Abdallah Lemsagam said in a statement.
"It is great that Paul is back in football and everyone at the club wishes him all the best in his new venture into football management".
There were concerns that his 10% stake in Salford City, the National League club he co-owns, would prevent him from taking charge of the Latics.
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Scholes' first match as a manager will be at home against Yeovil at Boundary Park on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT). However, following a meeting of the English Football League, the move has been given the go-ahead.
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