Paul Scholes resigned from his position since Oldham manager with text, accordingto owner abd-allah Lemsagam.
The 44-year-old lasted 31 days at the League 2 club said he could not”operate as I intended and was led to believe before to taking on the job”.
The Moroccan added he’d given Scholes”all the freedom and support he asked for”.
He continued:”I have been in Dubai on the last number of weeks and was at ease knowing he was accountable for
“I was surprised as he simply stepped Wednesday afternoon and has refused to talk things that influenced him to produce his decision.
“Paul and I both agreed that there is potential but I cautioned him he had my whole funding to rebuild the team of the choice next season.
“He didn’t raise any concerns at all about the team or some other things informally or formally, before to his resignation. He also gave no chance or signs he had to tackle any problems in any way.”
Scholes’reassured that he was in charge’
Scholes’ first foray in to direction began on 11 February and he was only in charge for seven games, winning them.
The former Manchester United and England midfielder took over with the Latics 14th in the table, eight points away from the playoffs, and leaves with them at exactly the identical position.
Scholes said he chose using”great sorrow”.
He added:”I was always supportive of almost any decisions Paul made or consulted me on, reassuring him he was the person accountable for
“I chose to encourage him despite the results and told him that his job was not secure. I was content to stay at League 2 for this particular season and working together with the team we have for the remainder of this season is very critical.
“Direction is a tricky job and both myself and everybody at the center would have functioned together with Paul to find solutions, had been given the possibility.”