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Boss Dickov vetoed Mvoto move

Doncaster manager Paul Dickov cooled his interest in signing Jean-Yves M'Voto after learning the defender was speaking to Barnsley.

Last Updated: 24/07/13 at 13:25 Post Comment

Jean-Yves Mvoto (c): Worked under Dickov at Oldham

Jean-Yves Mvoto (c): Worked under Dickov at Oldham

The former Oldham man, who worked under Dickov at Boundary Park, penned terms at Oakwell on Tuesday after previously being offered a deal at Rovers.

But Dickov withdrew his interest after the 24-year-old discussed terms with Rovers' South Yorkshire rivals.

Dickov said: "I made an offer to Jean before we travelled to Portugal but while we were away he said he was going to speak to Barnsley.

"I explained that if he did, I would not be proceeding with bringing him to the club, as I only want players who are 100 per cent committed to Doncaster Rovers."

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