By writer to www.thescottishsun.co.uk
KEVIN MCDONALD has returned to soccer with outdated membership Dundee following a kidney transplant.
The 32-year-old former Scotland worldwide began his profession at Dens Park earlier than shifting to England for spells with Burnley, Sheffield United, Wolves and Fulham.
McDonald introduced he can be taking a break from the sport to get a kidney transplant earlier this yr after his brother agreed to donate an organ to him.
And now he’s on the highway to restoration following that main surgical procedure, he’s began coaching with James McPake’s side.
McDonald, who hasn’t performed since July 2020, wish to make a comeback and see out the ultimate years of his profession.
And if he makes it by means of sufficient work with the Darkish Blues, he may very well be provided a route again into soccer within the coming months.
The Premiership new boys at the moment occupy backside spot within the desk after eight video games.
The Dens Park outfit are but to select up a league victory with three attracts and 5 defeats thus far this marketing campaign.
They return to home motion towards Aberdeen this Saturday night in a 6pm kick-off earlier than a visit to the capital to face high-flyers Hearts subsequent weekend.
Ross County then make the journey to the Metropolis of Discovery earlier than the Dee see out October with a showdown with St Mirren in Paisley.
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In the meantime, Rangers hero Ally McCoist has joked Rod Stewart has ‘lost the plot’ over his Premiership title prediction.
The Light Blues legend is a part of the talkSPORT breakfast present alongside host Laura Woods as they get up the nation with the largest tales from world wide of sport.
Woodsy revealed to the previous Ibrox striker that the Celtic-daft rocker had chatted with the radio station whereas out in Las Vegas about Ange Postecoglou’s begin to life at Parkhead and his ideas on who will win the league this season.
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She performed the clip live on air as Sir Rod gave his full backing to the brand new boss whereas declaring his beloved Hoops will end in high spot.
However McCoist, as anticipated, did not agree together with his prediction as he gave his personal ideas on the interview.
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