Oldham Athletic’s Sky Bet League Two loss at Northampton Town proved to be the 40th and final game of head coach Keith Curle’s reign.
Head coach Keith Curle is hoping struggling Oldham Athletic’s much-needed home victory against Port Vale is a watershed moment in their Sky Bet League Two campaign.
It was a coupon-busting result as Latics, still with the second worst home record in the division, climbed out of the bottom two relegation places after inflicting only a second defeat in 14 matches in all competitions on the third-placed Valiants.
Oldham Athletic slipped back into the Sky Bet League Two relegation places following their defeat at high-flying Exeter City.
Oldham Athletic blew a two-goal lead as they lost at Tranmere Rovers in Group B of the Papa John’s Trophy.
It was an entirely predictable outcome as Oldham Athletic were beaten at home by Swindon Town.