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Rick Holden - Bid Now[Latics Supporters Club, Canada]Still independent! Still serving worldwide Latics fans! The LSC was established in 1987 and the website began in 1996. The LSC website is the longest established 'unofficial' web site of Oldham Athletic AFC and is also the longest established message board (forum) of OAFC, official or not. Originally intended to keep Canadian fans abreast of all matters associated with the Latics, the LSC provides a news service and a platform for Athletic fans the world over to express their views on activities at Boundary Park. Learn more about Oldham as a town by visiting our Oldham Links or find out more about the City of Surrey, B.C. here.
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The waiting is over and Frankie Bunn isthe new first team manager of OAFC. Bunn has signed a one year deal and is a former Latics' favourite after making 88 appearances and scoring 35 goals between 1987 and 1990, He will be best remembered for his record breaking six goals against Scarborough in the League Cup, a feat which fuelled the beginning of the glory years. Unfortunately, his career was cut short through injury but he has since held coaching roles at Wigan Athletic, Coventry City, Manchester City, Rochdale and Huddersfield Town.

Latics' owner Abdallah Lemsagam commented, “We are delighted to welcome Frankie Bunn to the club as first team manager. He knows the club very well from his playing time here and he has a wealth of experience working with young talent which has impressed me. I believe he can take the club forward and give Boundary Park something to cheer about.”

Latics' chief executive Mark Moisley is the latest to have been dismissed from Boundary Park as the new owner, Abdallah Lemsagam, continues his 'new brush' clean sweep. The dismissal comes just just two days after Richie Wellens was relieved of his duties. Moisley was initially made interim CEO in October 2016 before being offered the job on a permanent basis.
The Latics have finalised some pre-season friendlies. All the matches will be away as follows: Ashton United - Tuesday 10th July at Hurst Cross (7.45pm); Curzon Ashton - Saturday 14th July at Tameside Stadium (3pm); Radcliffe FC v Latics Xl - Saturday 14th July at Stainton Park (3pm); FC United of Manchester - Saturday 28th July at Broadhurst Park (3pm)
Ex-Latics’ player Rick Holden is selling his match worn shirts. Rick had an illustrious playing career with Burnley, Halifax Town, Watford, Oldham Athletic, Manchester City and Blackpool and competed at the highest level of the Football League, including the old First Division and the Premier League. He is now planning for his retirement to Chile and is therefore selling his whole collection of match worn shirts. All shirts come with a certificate of authenticity by Rick Holden and can also be signed if the buyer so wishes. Check it out or to put in a bid visit this link or the photo above.
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