Fabrizio Ravanelli Says He Is Interested In Dundee Managerial Job

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Fabrizio Ravanelli says he is interested in taking over at Dundee after Paul Hartley’s sacking on Monday.

He told The Sun: “I believe I can keep Dundee in the Premiership and I am very interested in this job. I can save the club from relegation. I could definitely get results and get the best out of the Dundee players.

“I am ready to get a flight to Scotland very quickly. It is an exciting opportunity and I would love to go back. I am looking for a new project in management and this would be the perfect fresh start for me. I would bring energy, enthusiasm and motivation to the club.”

“Dundee are in danger but there are five games to play and I am 100 per cent confident that the team can survive.

“I was only at Dundee for a short period of time but it’s a special club and I love the passion of Scottish football. It is a fantastic country. I have played football in Britain and it would be an honour to manage there too.”

 Paul Hartley was dismissed following Dundee’s 2-0 defeat to Hamilton on Saturday, their seventh successive loss, which leaves them 11th in the Scottish Premiership table



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