What a day for Oldham Athletic and for Paul Scholes!
He's followed the club since he was a youngster. Today he's the new manager at Boundary Park.
The Manchester United legend takes over at the League Two club after the Football League decided his 10 per cent ownership of non-league Salford City was not a conflict of interest.
Here's Paul Crone's report:
First team helps lift the spirits of young patients set to spend Christmas in hospitalRead the full story ›
England World Cup hero Kieran Trippier is set to be granted the freedom of Bury.Read the full story ›
Riyad Mahrez has revealed winning the Champions League was one of his chief reasons for joining Manchester City.Read the full story ›
Former Liverpool and Newcastle defender Jose Enrique has revealed he has had surgery to remove a rare brain tumour and is now in recovery.Read the full story ›
Ray Wilson, a World Cup winner with England in 1966, has died aged 83, his former clubs Everton and Huddersfield have announced.Read the full story ›
The family of former footballer Jlloyd Samuel who died in a car crash have paid tribute to him calling him a loving son, father and brother.Read the full story ›
Sir Alex Ferguson is out of intensive care following surgery on a brain haemorrhage, Manchester United have announced.Read the full story ›
Speaking exclusively to Granada Reports - Ryan Giggs admits it was a 'huge shock' when he heard his former boss at Manchester United had suffered a brain hemorrhage.
He described Sir Alex, who's 76, as one of the greatest ever managers and says he's been told the emergency brain surgery he had on Saturday had gone well.
He says he's never met anyone as tough as Sir Alex Ferguson and he's sure he'll pull through.
The 76-year-old, one of the most successful football managers of all time, had surgery on Saturday and is in intensive care.Read the full story ›