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Houston in Blackpool talks

Dundee United have given permission for manager Peter Houston to talk to Blackpool over their current managerial vacancy.

The Seasiders are in need of a replacement following Michael Appleton leaving the club for Blackburn Rovers after only 65 days in charge.

Bradford City's Phil Parkinson has already turned down an approach over a possible move to Bloomfield Road.

Houston has been in charge at Tannadice since 2010 and won the Scottish Cup in his first season while also managing three top-four finishes in the SPL.

But his current deal ends in May and the 54-year-old was still waiting on further developments over extending his stay.

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Date:Monday January 14 2013

Time: 12:40PM

 

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