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‘Terrible decision’ – Many football fans react to major Salford City decision involving Paul Scholes

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Paul Scholes has taken over as temporary manager of Salford City after Graham Alexander was sacked.

Alexander was relieved of his duties on Monday morning despite leading his Salford side to 5th in the League Two table after making an unbeaten start to the new campaign with nine points from their opening five league fixtures,

The Ammies inexplicably squandered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Tranmere Rovers on Saturday, but the departure of Alexander, who led Salford into the Football League for the first time in 2019, comes as surprising news.

The Manchester-based outfit are owned by the Class of 92, which includes Scholes, whose own personal experience of management came during a disastrous spell at the beginning of 2019 when he was briefly in charge of Oldham Athletic.

Scholes lasted a little more than four weeks at Boundary Park after tasting victory in just one of his seven matches in charge before resigning.

It’s safe to say there’s been an angry reaction on Twitter and you can see some of the best responses to Salford’s shock decision below.


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