The Class of 92 have had a largely rough start to management since hanging up their boots as professional footballers.
While Ryan Giggs made Man Utd look less woeful as caretaker after David Moyes was sacked, his patience in waiting for the 'right job' has seemingly turned into an extended break from management, and Gary Neville's disaster at Valencia is something that Jamie Carragher does his best to remind people of on a weekly basis.
That said, another of that legendary crop of Man Utd youngsters could be set to venture into management for the first time as Paul Scholes has reportedly been interviewed for the Oldham job, where he would be taking over after John Sheridan left the club last month.
I understand Paul Scholes has spoken to Oldham about the vacant manager's job today. More @MailSport shortly.
— Mike Keegan (@MikeKeegan_DM) October 11, 2017
Mike Keegan of the Daily Mail revealed that the meeting took place on Wednesday morning.
Paul Scholes has held talks with Oldham Athletic over the vacant manager’s job at Boundary Park.
Sportsmail understands the Manchester United legend, a fan of the League One club, was spoken to at an undisclosed location in the town this morning.
Oldham, without a manager since the departure of John Sheridan on September 25, declined to comment.
As much as Man Utd fans have enjoyed the idea of Scholes being back in football, judging from social media the Oldham fans are not too convinced.
It would be a difficult situation for a managerial debut with Oldham sitting at 19th in League One, and also considering that current caretaker manager, also an ex-United player in Richie Wellens, has done a solid job thus far.
Having worked wonders on the charity-match circuit in recent times