Sport Managers who played under Fergie

21:40  12 october  2017
21:40  12 october  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

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Mark Robins - Mark Robins: Played for four years under Fergie and is currently manager of Scunthorpe. Viv Anderson - Viv Anderson: Led Barnsley as a player - manager in the 1993-94 season but he left to become an assistant after just one year.

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As Paul Scholes is linked with the vacant manager's position at Oldham, we look at the managerial careers of the players who played under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.

Sky Sports News understands 42-year-old Scholes and current caretaker manager Richie Wellens are the leading candidates for the Sky Bet League One job.

Scholes, who retired from professional football in May 2013 after a 20-year career with Manchester United, has been a frequent attendee at Boundary Park over the past few seasons and lives locally.

Oldham parted company with former manager John Sheridan on September 25 following a poor start to the campaign.

The Latics have since interviewed Clarence Seedorf and Steven Pressley for the vacant role in recent weeks, but could Scholes be their man?

Ahead Scholes' potential first steps into management, we look back at the long line of players to have become a manager after working under Fergie.

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