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Scunthorpe have confirmed the appointment of Mark Robins as their new manager.
The 44-year-old former Rotherham, Coventry and Barnsley boss was presented at a press conference at Glanford Park on Monday lunchtime.
Robins has been out of work since leaving Huddersfield just one game into this season and succeeds Russ Wilcox, who was sacked last Wednesday.
Robins, who has signed a three-year deal at Glanford Park, watched on from the stands as Scunthorpe beat 10-man Gillingham at Priestfield Stadium on Saturday.
The scene at Glanford Park this lunchtime as the club plan to unveil their new manager. http://t.co/UF5IvfFmud
Oldham beat Walsall 2-1 as Conor Wilkinson and Mike Jones responded to Jordan Cook's opener to ensure the Lancastrians extend their unbeaten to ten.
Basement dwellers Crewe enjoyed a change of fortune when beating Coventry 2-1, with Febian Brandy and George Cooper putting Alex in control before an Anthony Grant own goal gave City hope, only for Jack Finch to see red and the fightback fade.
Caretaker boss Andy Dawson gave incoming Scunthorpe manager Mark Robins a welcome boost as the Iron romped to a 3-0 victory at Gillingham in League One.
Russ Wilcox paid the price for a poor run of results earlier this week, but United responded to the news that Robins will take over on Monday with a resounding success.
Aided by the dismissal of Doug Loft, Scunthorpe ended a run of four straight defeats with goals from Paddy Madden, Neal Bishop and Gary McSheffrey, the latter deep in stoppage time.
Scunthorpe have sacked manager Russ Wilcox following a poor run of results.
The Sky Bet League One side have lost six of their last seven matches in all competitions, culminating in a 2-1 home defeat to Notts County in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday night.
Wilcox, who took over last December following a spell as caretaker boss, led the Iron to promotion last season having finished runners-up to Chesterfield in League Two.