Manchester United Legend Paul Scholes Doesn't Want Oldham Job

Scholes has been working in television as a pundit since retiring from playing back in 2012

As Paul Scholes is linked with the vacant manager's position at Oldham, we look at the managerial careers of the players who played under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.

Scholes turned down the chance to become Oldham manager in 2015 in the belief the timing was not right but chairman, Simon Corney, has claimed publicly in the past that he believes the 42-year-old will manage the club "one day".

The former Manchester United midfielder, who retired in 2013, is reportedly in talks with the club following John Sheridan's sacking last month and met with Oldham officials earlier.

Oldham have also spoken to Clarence Seedorf about the manager's job, although the former Netherlands global is now out of the running.

Another ex-United player, Richie Wellens, is now caretaker manager.

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The Latics, who have won all of their three matches in all competitions under Wellens, are next up against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.

As much as Man Utd fans have enjoyed the idea of Scholes being back in football, judging from social media the Oldham fans are not too convinced.

"They are a really good family club who mean a great deal to a lot of people - myself included".

Scholes has no previous managerial experience and had previously said he was undecided on whether he meant to go into coaching.

Scholes has since worked as a television pundit and is part-owner of National League North club Salford City along with former United team-mates Ryan Giggs, Gary and Phil Neville and Nicky Butt.