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Paul Dickov Offered Blackpool Role

Paul Dickov Offered Blackpool Role

Ex Manchester City striker Paul Dickov has been offered a player / coaching role at Championship side Blackpool.

The 35-year-old striker moved to the Seasiders back in January 2008 on an initial four-month loan, however, since that time the well travelled Scotsman has impressed manager Simon Grayson to an extent that the club are willing to offer Paul a player / coaching position.

Talking to www.blackpoolfc.co.uk the Blackpool boss said...

'I spoke to Dickie before I went to Norway and we had a good chat.'

'We have offered him a role at the club and a contract and we are waiting to hear back - he has a few options open to him and rightly so he is going to look at each one, he really enjoyed his time with us and he has gone away to think about the role and offer we made to him, along with the other opportunities...'




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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday July 3 2008
Time: 8:02PM

Comments

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Best of luck Paul, wherever you end up. Your goal at Wembley is etched in my mind forever!!
oliverblue
03/07/2008 21:36:00
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it will be good for blackpool
jamiekilgannon1
03/07/2008 22:41:00
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I had hoped that he would end up coaching at MCFC as all the management wherever he has been say that he is a great motivator and good role model. I also hope that he elects to play for City in the Masters 5 aside footie matches and that he will always be welcome at COMS. KK should never have sold him.
Buzz Lightyear
04/07/2008 10:38:00
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Thats what i was especting too BL i though he would of stepped into coaching here aswell maybe mange the youths or something
dunne deal
04/07/2008 10:49:00
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He certainly would have been a great ambassador for our club. He has a passion for City that is sadly lacking in the modern game. Great thought on the Masters - would be wicked seeing him winding everyone up in blue shirt again!
oliverblue
04/07/2008 11:13:00
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maybe when he actually finishes his career as a player, he may well come back to City, I can see him doing well in management.
Buzz Lightyear
04/07/2008 12:53:00
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