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Parkinson Hopes to Loan Duo Out

Chris Dickson and Yassin Moutaouakil need to go out on loan if Phil Parkinson is to bring in anyone else in a loan capacity and The Addicks boss has confirmed that they're gaining interest.

Parkinson is keen to bring Elliot Omozusi back to The Valley but with Akpo Sodje's loan already setting us back he needs to offload a couple to firstly finance the strikers deal, Parkinson said: "At the moment, there won't be any incoming. We need a couple to go out to finance the Akpo Sodje deal.

"We thought two were going to happen on deadline day, but they fell through at the last minute. Things are very tight financially, but there's a possibility of one, maybe two going.

"Yassin Moutaouakil and Chris Dickson are two players who other clubs have expressed interest in, and we're waiting for that interest to be firmed up."

Dickson has been attracting long-term interest from Gillingham but Bristol Rovers had the striker on loan earlier in the season and The Pirates could return for him? Right back Moutaouakil has been linked with Championship side Swansea.

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Writer: Charlton Addickt  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 12 2010

Time: 3:12PM

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Sometimes you see a player and they are so close to doing the business Carl Leaburn and franny Jeffers spring to mind...others you just wonder about..David Mooney...then there is Chris Dickson....I think he has got it...but it looks like someone else will benefit...As far as Yassim is concerned that is simply a money decision and that is understood
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12/02/2010 17:18:00

Well Dickson is gone anyway.
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18/02/2010 13:16:00

let's hope it all works out and we don't regret it.....
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18/02/2010 19:31:00


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