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Dean is Holden the fort at Latics

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Preston North EndPreston North End
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Oldham begin life without Lee Johnson at SportsDirect.com Park on Saturday, with fellow play-off chasing outfit Preston the visitors.

Johnson and assistant Tommy Wright this week departed for Barnsley, leaving first-team coach Dean Holden and club captain Adam Lockwood in charge of first-team affairs.

They will be without both Joseph Mills and one of his defensive colleagues, George Elokobi, with respective hamstring strains picked up in last weekend's defeat to Leyton Orient.

Amari Morgan-Smith remains...

 By PA Sport

Barnsley appoint ex-Oldham boss Lee Johnson as manager

Barnsley have announced the appointment of former Oldham boss Lee Johnson as their new manager.

Johnson, 33, currently the third youngest Football League manager, was unveiled at Oakwell on Wednesday afternoon after signing a contract until 2018. He becomes Barnsley's sixth permanent boss in less than six years.

The League One club, who sacked former boss Danny Wilson 13 days ago, have agreed an undisclosed compensation package with Oldham as Johnson had signed an extended deal in January 2014 to...

O's toast first home win of year

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First-half goals by Andrea Dossena and David Mooney and a third in added time by Jay Simpson completed a 3-0 win for Leyton Orient against Oldham at Brisbane Road.

Dossena put the O's ahead after just three minutes. Playing his first match since January 10, the former Italian international accepted a pass from Ryan Hedges before striking an unstoppable shot past Latics goalkeeper Jake Kean.

Then in the 24th minutes Jobi McAnuff , who had also played a part in the build-up to the opening goa, was hauled...

Szmodics stuns Latics

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Colchester UnitedColchester United
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Colchester ripped up the form book to earn a surprise 1-0 win at play-off chasing Oldham.

The relegation-threatened U's had lost their previous two games, but clinched all three points thanks to Sammie Szmodics' goal and a resolute defensive display.

Colchester needed only two minutes to go in front as Oldham failed to clear David Fox's corner and Szmodics drilled in the loose ball from six yards.

Colchester's Tom Eastman had a shot charged down, while Danny Philliskirk's wayward header was Oldham's...

Swindon punished for early lapse

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Swindon TownSwindon Town
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Swindon suffered a blow to their automatic promotion hopes as they went down 2-1 at play-off chasing Oldham.

The Robins failed to recover from a nightmare start which saw them two goals down inside the first 11 minutes.

Oldham went ahead after 10 minutes when Conor Wilkinson got away down the right and his cross picked out Mike Jones for a sweetly-struck finish from 12 yards.

Within seconds of the restart Swindon gifted the Latics their second, with a stray pass allowing Wilkinson to steal possession...