Dave Posted May 16, 2007 Share Posted May 16, 2007 http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/africa/6661789.stm Senegal's El-Hadji Diouf is considering leaving English Premiership side Bolton after being stunned by manager Sam Allardyce's resignation. Allardyce has since taken over at Newcastle and Diouf, 26, is planning to talk to his successor at Bolton Sammy Lee and chairman Phil Gartside soon. The striker told the Bolton News: "I do not know what I am doing next season. "I need to talk with the gaffer, chairman and my manager. When I saw on TV that Sam had left I was very sad." Diouf added: "I will never forget him. He did a lot of things for me and that is why I have played better here than at Liverpool. Sam gave me confidence and respect. "But, whatever I do next season, whether I stay or go, I will never forget Bolton." Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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