Oldham assistant manager Dean Holden says the club have a right to feel hard done by after a late goal saw Millwall leave Boundary Park with all three points.
Oldham Athletic boss David Dunn says the selection dilemma he faces is one he enjoys as he welcomes three new faces to his squad this week ahead of their Wigan clash.
Interim player-manager David Dunn is feeling the excitement ahead of his first game in management, and will be looking for a positive response from his players as they travel to Doncaster Rovers tomorrow.
Oldham Athletic boss Darren Kelly has placed emphasis on his squad’s mental preparation ahead of managerless Peterborough United’s visit to Boundary Park tomorrow afternoon.
Oldham Athletic manager Darren Kelly has called the League One table ‘false’, and insisted his side will be on the front foot against Bradford City at Boundary Park on Saturday.
Oldham moved up to 11th in a tightly-packed League One, just four points from the play off places, after a 3-0 win over Rochdale on Tuesday.
Two Preston goals in each half, including a first half-strike from ex-Latics loanee Daniel Johnson, settled the game 4-0 as Oldham lost their third straight match.
Barnsley scored with their first attack when Kane Hemmings got on the end of a Milan Lalkovic cross to poke the Tykes into a 12th minute lead which Oldham never pegged back.
Oldham scored two goals in two first-half minutes as they eased to a comfortable and well-deserved 3-0 win at home to Notts County.
First half-goals from Stephen Arthurworrey, Simon Gillett, and Sam Hoskins saw the away side race into a 3-0 lead at half-time before Kieffer Moore completed the rout.
Dale were undone by two strikes from Daniel Johnson and a Jonathan Forte penalty in front of over 7,000 spectators at a bouncing Spotland Stadium on Saturday.