Doncaster boss Dickov hails Man Utd striker Macheda playing return
The Italian earned praise for his hold-up play and crossed for Dean Furman to score.
Dickov revealed to the Yorkshire Post: "To be fair to the kid, a lot of credit has to go to him. Because of how he performed in his previous spell, a lot of clubs wanted to take him and he had his choice of six, seven or eight clubs to go to. But Kiko always said to me, and has been true to his word, that if he was fit and coming back out on loan, he wanted to come back here."
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