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Scholes gone in 31 days

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Interesting point for me is how Paul Scholes has reacted, some of his comments to the media would put me off from employing him as a manager if I was a chairman of a football team, I don't blame him, but for anyone who's worked in football most of his life - it's a bit strange to see him being so open. I would assume owners get involved quite a lot these days, Oldham are well known for being like this.

He's either being naive or stupid.

The decision doesn't really surprise me TBH, yet it shows a major lack of foresight from Scholes and as I say it would put me off from employing him.

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TBH I think it shows his inexperience, as a newcomer to management he should try his best to make it work. Resigning is the easy way out, if he had of stuck to it he could have learned a lot more.

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The tweet suggestions nothing new, this is the world of football and Paul Scholes perhaps should have made more effort to see out the end of the season. If the chairman is making his job hard or irritating him, well I think resigning is more demanding to his managerial career than it would be just to get on with it.

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