After just four months, 20 games and three victories, David Dunn’s career as Oldham Athletic manager never really got off the ground.
Oldham have this week appointed David Dunn as permanent manager, following signs of improvement in his four-match unbeaten term as interim boss.
Having been marooned in the third tier of English football since the late 1990s, you would be forgiven for thinking that this weekend has been amongst the most eventful in Oldham Athletic’s recent history.
David Dunn will be in charge of Oldham Athletic for the foreseeable future after inexperienced boss Darren Kelly was sacked on Saturday.
Darren Kelly has been sacked as Oldham Athletic manager just nine games into his tenure.
Initially intended to be ready for the start of last season, Oldham Athletic’s plans to rebuild the North Stand have now dragged over two and a half years and mains power problems mean it is not yet available despite season tickets within the stand having been purchased.
Jabo Ibehre and George Elokobi put Oldham in front, but after Joseph Mills saw red with fifteen minutes remaining Doncaster clawed their way back with goals from Nathan Tyson and James Coppinger.
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Olham Athletic faced Grimsby Town 10 years ago today
Adam Rooney is leaving Birmingham City on a free transfer
Dickov now manages Championship side Doncaster Rovers
Scott & Bailey star Danny Miller to lead celebrity team against Oldham Athletic legends in charity match
The game is at Boundary Park tomorrow