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Dillon is 'Mr Tangerine Man'

Dillon is 'Mr Tangerine Man'

Versatile Sean Dillon doesn't care where he plays just so long as he is in the Dundee United first-team.

Normally a right-back, Dillon is certainly well accustomed to moving about the park in order to help out his colleagues.

Last term he featured in all four roles across the back line whilst also making a handful of appearances in the centre of midfield.

"I`m just happy to be playing," he told the Evening Telegraph. "Obviously, it would be nice to have a steady position, but I`m not really bothered as long as I`m playing.

"Any position I`ve played in has been defensive, even when I was playing in midfield I was really just holding, so I don`t think there is much of an expectation for me to get forward and score."

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Writer:Vital Arabs
Date:Friday July 16 2010
Time: 4:19PM

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