Carl Dickinson has spoken of the bond he feels with Yeovil Town supporters as he prepares for his final game for the club this weekend.

The 34-year-old’s appearance against $tockport County at Huish Park on Saturday will also be his last as a professional footballer as he prepares to take over as player-manager for lower league, Hanley Town, from next season.

In an interview with the club’s official website, the left-back said: “I have a good bond with the fans here (at Yeovil), they realise what happened in my first year was out of my hands and I think they know deep down that I care.
“I care every day I walk through the door, I care every minute in training and I care every minute in games and I hope that comes out in my performances.
“I have not got it everything right every time, but I have tried to give it everything I have got.”

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