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Sport Nick Dasovic found his footballing home in Perth and will never forget it

02:55  04 december  2020
02:55  04 december  2020 Source:   msn.com

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He was the footballing nomad searching for somewhere to call home.

Time spent at Stade Briochin in the north-western French city of Saint-Brieuc and a move to Trelleborgs FF in the Swedish top-flight were enjoyable in their own right, yet something was missing.

When an unexpected call arrived informing Nick Dasovic that an interested Paul Sturrock was keen on his signature, the long-haired Canadian international wasted little time in booking a flight to Scotland.

“I’d been a definite nomad, travelling to different parts of the world and playing in different places,” said Dasovic, who turns 52 tomorrow.

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"It’s a great way to build yourself. But I got to the point where it wasn’t getting fun living out of suitcases.

“In the one calendar year I had actually played for four clubs, which doesn’t sound great.

“I just had to keep grinding out a living somewhere. I was in France and won the league in a third division.

“I was then in Vancouver just to get myself sorted and got a call to go to Sweden.

“My agent knew Paul Sturrock because he had spent some time in Vancouver on vacations.

“I guess he had watched a game I’d played in. When I was leaving Sweden, Saints wanted me to come for a trial.

“I got on the flight and I remember the trial was against Hearts. I think I had a good game, otherwise I wouldn’t have signed.

“I had always been on two year contracts and I thought it would be a year or two.”

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At one point, before finding his match made in heaven, Dasovic had explored options away from football. The world of music’s loss was very much St Johnstone’s gain.

“I was a drummer,” Dasovic explained. “It was a real serious dream as a youngster to get into the music scene.

“Between one of my stints coming back from Europe, I dove into it. But then after seven months I thought: ‘Wow, that is a tough gig’.

“You think there is competition in football, but music is 10 times that. So I got back into the football but music is still part of my life.

“I still have my drum-set at home and most days get the headphones on and go after it. It’s a good release from stressful times.

“I decided I’d have a better chance in football than music. I think I made the right decision.”

After arriving in Perth in 1996, it was not long before supporters were banging the drum for Dasovic to extend his stay.

Almost instantly he was absorbed in local life and greatly enjoyed his trips to city centre coffee shops and, on occasion, the local watering hole. Even to this day, Dasovic is certain the bond Saints’ squad had with the community helped create a story of success.

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“When I walked into the stadium at McDiarmid Park, there was something intimate about the ground,” he said. “It was perfect for me and I think it was a match made in heaven. I think I was good for the club and they were good for me.

“I still keep in touch with some of the guys I played with. Guys like Jim Weir, Nathan Lowndes and Roddy Grant.

“The magic and charm about the team in the beginning was that a lot of the guys lived in the area.

“And because of that we cared about being part of the community. That drove a lot of us on.

“We would go out on the streets to coffee shops. The odd pint too. We were around the people who supported the group and I think they knew we supported them too.”

On the field of play Dasovic made 154 starts for the Saints and four appearances from the bench, netting six times along the way. Special goals against the Old Firm and a memorable UEFA Cup adventure included.

Such was his influence he was recently named in the top 10 of a fabulous new book produced by club historians Alastair Blair and Brian Doyle. ‘Hagiography: The Great Saints’ is a must-have Christmas cracker for Perth fans.

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“When I first found out about it, I was very flattered. It meant a lot,” Dasovic said this week.

“I keep saying it but my most memorable time in my football career was the six years I spent at St Johnstone.

“I had the privilege of coming to work every day and being able to laugh, smile, work hard and be proud of what we

achieved.

“The club is over 100 years old and for someone to say you are top 10, I’m very proud of that achievement.

“It’s a nice way to end this year.”

What would make the end of Dasovic’s year even sweeter would be if Saints picked up a positive result away at Celtic this weekend.

He is no stranger to success at the Glasgow venue having netted the only goal of the game in a September 1998 league classic.

Video replays appear to show his strike from the edge of the box taking a slight deflection, but Dasovic laughed: “What deflection?”

He continued: “Nine times out of 10 you were going to get pummelled. In general, we did pretty well at the big venues.

“I watched Callum Davidson’s team against Motherwell last week. I thought his team played excellent in that system.

“It’s been a difficult run for Celtic so I think it’s a great time for St Johnstone to go there. Plus they don’t have their 60,000 fans.

“Saints need to go there, not with arrogance, but to look to get a result – whether a draw or a win.

“They are still the first club I look out for at the weekend.”

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