Huddersfield Town are set to discover the future of Under 21 coach Frankie Bunn in the next couple of days.

The 53-year-old has been interviewed by former club Oldham Athletic as they seek a new manager.

He remains among the favourites to replace John Sheridan, but now Stuart McCall has come into the reckoning.

Ex-Norwich City chief Neil Adams, like Bunn a former Oldham player, is also in contention.

Scotland coach McCall has also been linked with a second spell at Oldham’s League I rivals Bradford City.

The Bantams are in the process of replacing Phil Parkinson, who has taken over at Bolton Wanderers.

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Former Scotland international midfielder McCall was a highly popular player at Bradford.

He managed the club between 2007-10 and later took charge of Motherwell and Rangers.

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He is one of Scotland manager Gordon Strachan’s assistants.

Uwe Rosler, Paul Lambert, Nigel Adkins and Paul Jewell are also being linked with Bradford.