After just four months, 20 games and three victories, David Dunn’s career as Oldham Athletic manager never really got off the ground.
Another year brings another crisis to Boundary Park, where fans would like nothing more than to stay out of the national headlines for a while.
Oldham boss David Dunn is keen to get the focus back onto his players ahead of Millwall’s rearranged League One visit to Boundary Park, after a week of speculation surrounding the 35-year-old’s future.
Despite watching his side crash out of the FA Cup with a 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United on Saturday, David Dunn says he was pleased with the improvement shown by his charges.
David Dunn claimed his second win as Oldham boss thanks to two second-half goals in Chesterfield, despite what the manager called an out-of-character first-half display.
Goals from Dean Bowditch, Daniel Powell, and Ben Reeves gave MK Dons a winning lead before Rhys Turner’s late strike offered scant consolation for a poor Oldham on Tuesday.
Bradley Dack’s deflected volley with 20 minutes remaining earned Gillingham all three points and left Johnson rueing missed chances.
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