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Out-of-control midfielder takes out opposition manager

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Watching your side getting beaten is probably a chastening enough experience for a manager, so Oldham manager Lee Johnson's afternoon went from bad to worse against Wolves on the weekend.

Midfielder James Henry bagged the crucial first goal in the 2-0 win for the midlands side, while another of his contributions almost got an equally loud cheer from the home supporters.

With it being quite a wet day, slide challenges were always going to have the potential to go a long way and that is exactly what happened with Henry, though this time he had an obstacle to halt his momentum.

Unfortunately for Johnson it was him and the careering Wolves star made sure the Oldham boss would leave be leaving Molineux with muddied trousers as well as the shame of defeat.

It is quite a fall, watch it for yourself above... 

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