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League One Club Put Out Job Advert On Indeed For 'A Physical Striker'

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League One Club Put Out Job Advert On Indeed For 'A Physical Striker'

A League One club are using job website Indeed as they look for a new striker to help them out up top.

The club, who were recently in the Premier League, have posted the job advert online and say the set salary is between £50,000 and £75,000.

According to the job description, they want a number nine with a "physical presence" and someone who can "hold up the ball well" so there's hope any half-decent Sunday League striker.

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However, the candidate requires mandatory experience in the Championship and have a "decent" goal record at League One level or above as opposed to Power League on a Monday night, with international and Premier League experience desirable.

One year of experience in football is preferred for the vacancy, while anyone interest must be available immediately and have the necessary documentation (EU passport or VISA).

DB Sports Agency, who have been enlisted by the club to help bring in a new forward, only want applications from candidates who meet the criteria but that's definitely not going to happen.

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The club, whoever they are, aren't the first to be using DB Sports Agency in their attempts to look for new players. Back in January, Stoke used the jobs page as they looked three players.

The Championship side were on the hunt for a centre back, winger and striker. Championship, or equivalent, experience was mandatory but the Potters were rather ambitiously looking for those with Champions League experience.

Anyone looking for a job as a footballer? Image: DB Sports Agency
Anyone looking for a job as a footballer? Image: DB Sports Agency
The ad for a centre back shows the player will only be fourth choice. Image: DB Sports Agency.
The ad for a centre back shows the player will only be fourth choice. Image: DB Sports Agency.
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Will Gary Goals come calling? Image: DB Sports Agency.
Will Gary Goals come calling? Image: DB Sports Agency.

LinkedIn has also been a useful tool for some clubs in the past, with,Slovenian club NK Domzale snapping up Spanish right-back Alvaro Brachi after manager Luka Elsner put a call out for an offensive full-back that could play in his 3-4-3 system.

Get your CVs sent in, folks...

Topics: Football News, EFL, Football, League One

Josh Lawless
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