Despite sacking their manager over three weeks ago, Oldham have yet to finalise their search for a new manager. Interim boss Richie Wellens is set to continue in charge for the immediate future.
Mancunian Matters visited Salford City Football Club as the latest stage of major ground redevelopment nears completion.
Manchester United’s new head of academy and former midfielder Nicky Butt wants to take a leaf out of his old mentor Sir Alex Ferguson’s book by bringing in one-club stalwarts.
When Karen Baird became Salford City chairman in June 2013, she had little idea that she was presiding over a club on the brink of the most successful period in its history.
Members of the famed Class of ’92 will step onto the Old Trafford turf once more to play in the sold out Unicef Match for Children.
Former Manchester United stars’ protracted takeover of Salford City FC is now official as their buyout with business partner Peter Lim has been approved.
Strong, calm, positive, comfortable: Man Utd great Butt assesses new midfield dynamos Blind and Herrera
The duo both arrived at Old Trafford in the summer as part of Louis van Gaal’s rebuild and have settled seamlessly into the high-octane style of Premier League football
Salford City FC fans have got their hands on the FA Cup – as the famous old trophy paid a visit ahead of their pre-qualifying second round match this weekend.
Singapore billionaire buys 50% stake in Salford City FC to team up with Man Utd ‘Class of ’92’ greats
Peter Lim, 61, who made his fortune as an investor and is the world’s 655th richest man according to Forbes, with an estimated fortune of $2.5billion, has had a long held desire to own a football club
A kick in the Butt! Class of ’92 star Nicky reveals Sir Alex once turned up at school to dish out hairdryer treatment
Butt was speaking with his class of ’92 teammates, Ryan Giggs and Phil Neville this year’s Soccerex, held in Manchester
Man Utd greats tell England to ‘stay together and stop chopping and changing’ if they want to succeed
Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs and Phil Neville have demanded that changes be made at youth level for the benefit of both clubs and the national side.