Kenny Miller signs two-year deal with Dundee as he joins former Rangers team-mate Neil McCann after leaving player-manager role at Livingston
- Kenny Miller has joined Ladbrokes Premiership’s bottom club Dundee
- The former Rangers striker has signed a two-year deal to join Neil McCann’s side
- The 38-year-old left his player-manager role at Livingston after just seven weeks
Dundee have confirmed the signing of Kenny Miller on a two-year deal.
Dundee boss Neil McCann beat St Mirren to the signing of the 38-year-old following his shock departure as Livingston player-manager last week.
Miller had been strongly linked with a move to the Paisley club, with Alan Stubbs believed to have held talks with the forward, but has settled on a move to Dens Park.
Kenny Miller has joined Dundee on a two-year deal after leaving his dual role at Livingston
It is the 11th different club the former Scotland international has played for in his career.
Miller had been appointed player-manager at Almondvale in June, but left the role just two games into the season.
Reports suggested there were problems behind the scene, which included the forward’s refusal to put his managerial responsibilities before his playing role.
Dundee currently sit bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership having lost each of their opening three games of the season.
McCann will hope his former international team-mate will add goals to his side, having seen them net just once this season.
The pair spent also spent one season together at Ibrox in 2000, before Miller moved on to join Premier League side Wolves.