Oldham Athletic Sack David Dunn, replacement imminent?by Mick Bates / 12 January 2016, 17:27Tweet
After less than three full months in charge (one of those whilst the caretaker manager) Oldham Athletic have dispensed of the services of manager David Dunn. Also walking out of the door with Dunn are assistant boss Dean Holden and first team coach Keith Brown.
During his tenure with the Latics, Dunn oversaw the team for twenty matches, during that time they only managed to secure three wins, one of which came in the first round of the FA Cup against League Two side Mansfield Town.
The team are currently sitting in 22nd place in League One in the relegation zone and face mid-table Bradford on Saturday. According to reports from the BBCÂ a new manager has already be sourced and could be in place shortly at Boundary Park. At this stage of the betting it could be Newport County boss John Sheridan as the next Oldham Athletic manager.Follow @thesackrace