Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has revealed the reason behind his decision to walk away from his managerial job at Oldham.
The former Manchester United midfielder left his role as the Oldham manager after 31 days and just seven games played.
He talked about the reason behind his decision in an official statement from him.
According to him, Oldham failed to implement the mode of operation agreed before he took the job at the English League Two club last month.
While he was in charge, Paul Scholes managed the team to just one win, three draws and three losses from seven games.
Paul Scholes attained legendary status at Manchester United after winning several Premier League titles at the club in addition to two Champions League titles.
During his pre-match press conference on Friday morning, Scholes’ former Man Utd teammate, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, talked about the ex-England international and the Oldham job.
Solskjaer revealed that he had a chat with Paul Scholes about the situation and that the former Red Devils’ player is welcomed at Old Trafford.
The Norwegian tactician was speaking ahead of the Red Devils’ FA Cup quarterfinal clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Manchester United travel to take on Wolves this weekend with a place in the final four of the competition up for grabs.