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Leicester Beat Blackpool To Dickov

Leicester Beat Blackpool To Dickov

Having been on loan at Championship Blackpool last season, ex Manchester City striker Paul Dickov has snubbed the Seasiders for Leicester City.

The 35-year-old Scot was released by Manchester City this summer and has now joined the Foxes on a two-year deal.

City boss Nigel Pearson told the official Leicester City official website...

"Paul has all of the attributes you require to succeed as a footballer. He has tremendous spirit and I am delighted to have been able to bring him here."

"He is the sort of player who never believes the team is beaten. He breeds fear into defences and I am sure he will be a tremendous asset for us."

"He will give us everything and I am sure he will be a big favourite with the fans here once again."


The former Scotland international previously played for Leicester between 2002 and 2004, scoring 37 goals in 89 games.



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday August 8 2008
Time: 6:48PM

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Of which about seven goals were no doubt against us!! Good luck Bobbit! Still the legend that saved our souls!
Johnny Baguette
08/08/2008 19:04:00
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Best wishes Dicky! You'll always be a City legend!
oliverblue
08/08/2008 20:34:00
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