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Dean Saunders

£1000 - £2000

Saunders had long been admired by football fans for his exploits with Oxford and Derby and he was certainly a big signing for Liverpool when he arrived He scored 23 goals in his first season at Brighton and first division Oxford bought him the following season in March 1987. Former Liverpool favourite, Mark Lawrenson, was Oxford's manager at the time with Robert Maxwell as his chairman. After scoring 33 goals in 73 games for the club Saunders was sold against the wishes of Lawrenson to Derby in October 1988. Lawro handed in his resignation in the process. Saunders scored a decent enough 57 goals in 131 games for Derby, which Robert Maxwell owned as well.Having guided Rovers to second place in League One Saunders was confirmed as the new manager of championship's Wolverhampton Wanderers in January 2013Just after Christmas 2014 Saunders was named as the interim-manager of Crawley Town