National team boss has to be Scottish, insists former striker Paul Dickov



He ticks all the boxes as a potential messiah and he already lives in Scotland.
Yet while Paul Dickov counts Michael O'Neill as a friend, and admires his work with Northern Ireland, he does not want the 47-year-old to succeed Gordon Strachan should his spell as national team boss end this week.
The former Manchester City and Leicester striker played for Scotland during the dark days under Berti Vogts. A traditionalist, he believes the SFA's flirtation with a foreign appointment should begin and end with the German whose disastrous tenure ran from 2002 to 2004.
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15 November 2016 in Sport, Views: 49
Source: Daily Mail
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