John Sheridan switches Oldham for Notts Countyby Jack Kitson / 27 May 2016, 14:33Tweet
John Sheridan has switched his position at League One side Oldham for the vacancy at League Two's Notts County. This move has been in the works since the start of the week, but despite some rumoured late interest from managerless Leeds, the 51-year-old has put pen to paper and signed a three-year contract at Meadow Lane.
Oldham also tried their best to tempt Sheridan to stay - he's only returned to the club back in January - but he'll now move on and take up his fourth different managerial position since 2013, following spells at Plymouth and Newport County, while he's previously led Chesterfield to the League Two title.
County were previously managed by Mark Cooper, however he departed at the end of the season in order to take charge of Forest Green. Meanwhile, the Next Oldham Manager Market is not yet available, but keep checking the link for the latest betting movements.