Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Scholes the latest of United's Class of 92 to enter coaching

Scholes the latest of United's Class of 92 to enter coaching

In recent years, Scholes has been working with ITV and BT Sport before taking his first job in management at Oldham, which starts on Tuesday 12 February against Yeovil Town at Boundary Park. Obviously there's been talk of it when I finished my [playing] career.

Recently purchasing 10% of Salford City to afford the Class of '92 a majority share of the club, Beckham's primary interest in recent years appears to have revolved around his intention to found a Miami-based franchise within the MLS.

Scholes said he wanted to entertain Oldham's fans with an entertaining brand of football.

"I think he will be watching results", Scholes said when asked about Mourinho.

Scholes was part of a batch of young talent that burst into United's first team during the early 1990s. Zak has come in and scored his first goal on Saturday.

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'You need contacts at this level all over the place, I have a few - not just Man United.

Oldham, 14th in League Two, were made to wait before confirming the appointment due to Scholes' involvement as part-owner of National League club Salford.

Scholes is the latest player from Alex Ferguson's United sides to move into management, following in the footsteps of ex-colleagues like Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. "It's a squad that should be pushing for promotion - that might be out of reach for this season, but certainly next season". "When I'm not quite sure what to do I'll be looking to them for advice".

Salford City confirmed in a statement on Monday that Scholes would resign as a director at the club but will retain his 10 percent shareholding.

Mourinho once said he hoped Scholes would be "25 per cent as successful as myself" if he ever went into management, though the new Oldham boss is not expecting to see the Portuguese at any League Two matches soon.

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