Paul Scholes Wants Oldham Coaching Role

by Punter's Hero on August 29, 2010

in Football, Latest News

Paul Scholes Wants Oldham Coaching Role

Paul Scholes has revealed that when he retires for football he wants to join his boyhood club Oldham and become a coach. Scholes also confessed that he has no desire to return to the England set up.

He told coaching website Football4Football.com: “I wasn’t enjoying it any more.

“Playing in competitions can mean being away for six weeks at a time. It just wasn’t for me and it was showing.

“When I was playing, I wasn’t playing as well as I could have been so I think it was the right decision.

“I still think retirement from club football is a few years off for me but I’ve started doing my coaching badges because I’m determined to stay in the game.

“I don’t know about anything else.”

A close source said: “It would be dream come true for Scholes to be involved in coaching with Oldham.

“It’s his first love and would be one of the only roles that would get him excited.”


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