Scholes, a lifelong Oldham fan, won one of his seven games as manager of the English League Two (fourth-tier) club who are 14th in the standings. Reuters/Carl Recine/File Photo
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Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has resigned as Oldham Athletic manager "with great regret" after only 31 days in charge, he said Thursday.Scholes, a lifelong Oldham fan, won one of his seven games as manager of the English League Two (fourth-tier) club who are 14th in the standings.Scholes, who spent his entire playing career at United and played 66 times for England, won 11 Premier League titles, three FA Cups and two Champions League crowns before retiring in 2013 .
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