Former Rangers man eyes special homecoming which dispels worrying talk - report
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Former Rangers star Charlie Adam wants vacant Dundee job - report

Former Rangers midfielder Charlie Adam could be set for a return to Scotland, but this time as a player-manager.
The former Rangers, Blackpool and Liverpool player’s contract is set to expire at Stoke. And the 33-year-old has thrown his hat into the ring to take over at Dundee, according to the Daily Record.
Former manager Jim McIntyre was fired from his position at Dens Park following the Tayside club’s relegation from the Scottish Premiership.

Adam has made over 170 appearances for Stoke over seven seasons. (Photo by Molly Darlington – AMA/Getty Images)

Charlie Adam believes he’s the man to help turn the side’s fortunes around in the Championship.
Adam might’ve come through the ranks at Ibrox, but he is originally from Dundee. The midfielder played over 80 times for Rangers before eventually moving to Blackpool down south.

Captaining the side, his goals and leadership famously took the Seasiders to the Premier League. His form in England’s Premier competition earned him a move to Liverpool before Adam eventually moved on to Stoke. He’s been at the Britannia since 2012.
With his career entering its twilight, it appears the midfielder is looking to go into management. At the same time, it looks like he’s not ready to hang up his boots.

Charlie Adam enjoyed an up and down spell during his time at Rangers, but his talent was clear to see. (Photo credit should read OLIVER LANG/AFP/Getty Images)

A player-manager role might suit both parties as Charlie Adam looks to make a homecoming back to the country that he played for 26 times and Dundee look to bounce straight back up.
As much we enjoyed the big man’s time here, any Dens Park talk is good for another reason. It might finally put to bed any suggestion that Adam could be set for a return to Ibrox Stadium. [
Daily Record].

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