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Courier NEWS: EXCLUSIVE: Alex Jakubiak opens up on ‘bitter taste’ of his Dundee exit and declares there is ‘more in me’ as he ponders next move


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Although' it is not good to look back. After reading the article above, I feel a bit saddened, that Jak was not offered the opportunity to re-sign for DFC. I don't think there is any bitterness in him, but I think they may have made a mistake here ... Maybe his past injuries spell, which seemed now to be behind him eas the deciding factor (Wonder if others feel the same)

He seemed to be coming on to his true game. And him & his family were well settled in Dundee.

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33 minutes ago, gedee said:

Although' it is not good to look back. After reading the article above, I feel a bit saddened, that Jak was not offered the opportunity to re-sign for DFC. I don't think there is any bitterness in him, but I think they may have made a mistake here ... Maybe his past injuries spell, which seemed now to be behind him eas the deciding factor (Wonder if others feel the same)

He seemed to be coming on to his true game. And him & his family were well settled in Dundee.

I don't know who we expect to sign if he's deemed not good enough. He's now at a great age, strong , quick and scores goals. Also he loves being here. Surely a 1 year deal if he'd gone for it. Definitely poor if he was told no deal over the phone. 

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7 minutes ago, Blue4evr said:

I don't know who we expect to sign if he's deemed not good enough. He's now at a great age, strong , quick and scores goals. Also he loves being here. Surely a 1 year deal if he'd gone for it. Definitely poor if he was told no deal over the phone. 

Trying to convince myself, with the long experience of our new manager, as a hands-on coach, & working under and alongside class managers, we can be confident he has his own plans & ideas of what is needed to make Dundee into a successful Premiership Club...Of course he also needs the backing & support of TK & JN (moral & financial)

Going back to your final comment Blue' (phone) I agree, I'm not at all impressed with that...

Hope general communication is still no gonna be an area we've got to be concerned about

Think we all know what I'm referring to..

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