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.
David Dunn has berated his Oldham players after they squandered a lead to draw 1-1 with Colchester at Boundary Park on Saturday.
David Dunn has taken a frosty view of his Oldham side’s league position as Christmas approaches, but said now is not the time to dwell on the past as his side travel to Coventry.
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.
David Dunn will be in charge of Oldham Athletic for the foreseeable future after inexperienced boss Darren Kelly was sacked on Saturday.
Oldham secured the services of Jacob Mellis, Jake Kean, Conor Wilkinson and Rhys Murphy, while James Dayton, Paul Rachubka and David Mellor all departed during the January transfer window as Lee Johnson’s men go to Barnsley tonight.