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Scholes named Oldham manager

BBC News Monday, 11 February 2019
Ex-Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes takes his first managerial role at League Two club Oldham.
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News video: Scholes: Banks was such a nice gentleman

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Oldham manager Paul Scholes talks about his memories of England's World Cup winner Gordon Banks.

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