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Ipswich in for Brighton's Dicker

Ipswich in for Brighton's Dicker

Former Brighton midfielder Gary Dicker is on Mick McCarthy's wish-list, according to the tabloids.

The 26-year-old Dubliner has been released by the Seagulls following their play-off disappointment prompting a raft of clubs to show interest with Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough also in the hunt.

TheBlues need a genuine box to box midfielder capable of scoring goals, and breaking up play in front of our back four.



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Writer:Dan The Town Man
Date:Sunday June 9 2013
Time: 12:42PM

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Well, for all Gary's strengths (passing range, vision, ability to carry out manager's instructions), he's most certainly not the 'genuine box-to-box midfielder capable of scoring goals' that you require. He tends to get a nosebleed when within 20 yards of goal, and has zero athleticism to this game. But if he does end up at Portman Road, and I'd be surprised, then all the best to him - as he's a top bloke and served us very well in the early part of the Poyet revolution.
Rafter
09/06/2013 13:37:00
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Good info Rafter. My feeling is whoever MM signs they will need to be at the top of their game or will be swiftly bombed out.
shotkid
10/06/2013 10:10:00
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