Oldham's foreign legion need more game-time behind them before they can be jump to the forefront of manager John Sheridan's thinking. In recent weeks, goalkeeper Johny Placide, winger Queensy Menig and midfield trio Abdelhakim Omrani, Gevaro Nepomuceno and Mohamed Maouche have all arrived at the club. Of that number, only Nepomuceno has yet started, taking the place of the injured Rob Hunt, while Menig made a brief substitute appearance in the Shrewsbury defeat at the weekend.
Oldham Athletic boss John Sheridan refused to make any excuses for his side’s defensive failures amid the whirl of speculation behind the scenes at the club. Up against a Shrewsbury side now five points clear at the top of League One at SportsDirect.com Park, the hosts gave more than as good as they got and could easily have hit the front in the second half when Eoin Doyle hit a post with the goal gaping.
Oldham bossed much of the game and created plenty of chances, but succumbed to a second-half sucker-punch to go down to a 2-1 home loss against League One leaders Shrewsbury. In an action-packed contest, the visitors looked good for stretching their unbeaten league run to eight games when Stefan Payne went in where it hurts to score the opener. Craig Davies equalised with a header and Oldham took control, with Eoin Doyle hitting a post after the break.
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