Paul Scholes expects Jose Mourinho criticism after becoming Oldham manager

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It has been determined that a holding of 10% or less can be disregarded as being "purely for investment purposes", with the National League club also confirming that he has stepped down as a director at Salford. I have been quite critical.

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.

Former England global Scholes, who spent his whole playing career at Premier League giants Manchester United, was a boyhood Oldham fan.

The six ex-players are all part owners of Conference Premier side Salford City. "Whether he will be watching the games I am not too sure", Scholes is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

If anyone wants to have a pop at me, I won't take any notice.

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Speaking about the appointment, Oldham owner Abdallah Lemsagam told the club's website: "Paul has won everything there is to win in football".

Paul Scholes expects his first attempt at management with Oldham to be scrutinised by Jose Mourinho - although probably not in person. He is a man who will bring a lot of footballing knowledge and his hunger to succeed in management will be there for everyone to see. "I'm like every other manager I want to try and change that and I hope I can do it". "But that drug of football when you don't get it, Paul is one of them, he loves football".

Scholes has now taken charge at his boyhood club in League Two and despite admitting he has left himself "wide open" to scrutiny, is not daunted by what might be said about him.

Scholes' first match as a manager will be at home against Yeovil at Boundary Park on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT).

The English Football League gave Scholes the go-ahead to join Oldham last week, ruling that there was no conflict of interest.