Where is Paul Dickov now?
Manchester City legend Paul Dickov played his last competitive game in May 2011 whilst in a player-manager role at Oldham Athletic.
Starting his career at Arsenal (where he won a UEFA Cup winners medal) he ended up playing for 12 clubs making nearly 500 appearances and scoring 118 goals.
He also experienced two promotions with Manchester City and two promotions with Leicester City.
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After his last season as a player at Oldham he moved into full-time management of the club in 2012 but left at the start of 2013 after a string of league defeats.
Dickov wasn’t out of work for long and three months later he was appointed manager of newly promoted Championship side Doncaster Rovers.
Unfortunately the club only lasted one season in their new league p and were relegated on the last day.
Following a mid table finish in Dickov’s second season with the club and a bad run of results at the start of the 2015-16 season, he was sacked in September 2015.
He has recently been seen on our screens for Sky Sports where he provides comment and opinion on current Manchester City matters and works closely with the club as an ambassador.
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Paul Dickov: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Arsenal, Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City, Manchester City|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com