Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has let on-loan striker Benjamin Kallman return home to Finland. Kallman (20) has rejoined parent club Inter Turku, leaving with the Dark Blues’ best wishes. McIntyre said: “Benji is a great boy but he wants regular first team football and we can’t guarantee him that. “We wish him all the best.”
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre admits he has seen encouraging signs that Kenny Miller and Benjamin Kallman could form a productive partnership up front.
Benjamin Kallman admits that when elder statesman Kenny Miller speaks, he listens.
Dundee have signed midfielder Martin Woods on a short-term contract but he isn’t fit enough to feature against Motherwell today.
It would be churlish in the extreme not to accentuate the positive after a team earned its first points and win of the season.
Benjamin Kallman is confident he can be the man who finally converts Dundee’s golden chances.
Dundee have added to their attack with the recruitment of Finnish international striker Benjamin Kallman.