Paul Dickov is a former Scottish professional footballer and former manager of League One side, Doncaster Rovers. Dickov began his career with Premier League side, Arsenal. Playing as a forward, Dickov won the UEFA Cup Winners Cup with Arsenal. Dickov spent time on loan with Luton Town, Brighton & Hove Albion before moving to Manchester City in 1996, who were in Division One at the time.
Over six seasons at the club, Dickov experienced two promotions and two relegations, playing in three different divisions. Dickov later left Manchester City to join Leicester City, where he stayed for two seasons, and in 2004, Dickov signed for Blackburn. Upon the expiry of his Blackburn contract in 2006, Dickov rejoined Manchester City and later went on to play for a number of teams including Crystal Palace, Blackpool, Leicester City, Derby County and Leeds United.
Dickov then joined Oldham Athletic in 2010 as the Player Manager and later retired from the playing side of the game, thus concentrating on the managerial side of his position. Dickov held this position at Oldham until he later resigned in February of 2013.
Dickov was the manager of Doncaster Rovers from May of 2013, until leaving the club in September of 2015. In 2000, Dickov made his debut for Scotland, against San Marino. In total, Dickov represented his country ten times, scoring one goal. Dickov was the manager of Doncaster Rovers from May of 2013 until leaving the club, in September of 2015. In 2000, he made his debut for Scotland, against San Marino. In total he represented his country ten times, scoring one goal.
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