Aus­tralia, South Africa and Cyprus among des­ti­na­tions

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the coun­try’s in­au­gu­ral Pre­mier League which kicks off in April.

The left-back scored the goal that guar­an­teed Dundee’s sur­vival last sea­son with an early strike in a 1-0 win over Hamil­ton in May.

That wasn’t enough to con­vince man­ager Neil McCann to keep him and he moved to Cypriot foot­ball with FC Pafos. How­ever, they are bat­tling near the foot of the ta­ble this sea­son.

De­spite play­ing his last game for Dundee in Oc­to­ber 2016, Low’s con­tract only came to an end last sum­mer. He joined Derry City shortly af­ter that fol­low­ing a suc­cess­ful loan to the Ir­ish side.

Now, how­ever, he has re­turned to Scot­land and will face the Dark Blues this Satur­day when his new club Queen of the South come to Dens Park in the Scot­tish Cup.

The boy­hood Dundee fan’s dream move didn’t turn out as well as he’d hoped with just three goals in 14 games. He’s en­joy­ing a bet­ter time of it in South Africa, how­ever, as his Bid­west Vits side lead the way at the top of the ta­ble and could well be play­ing in the African Cham­pi­ons League next cam­paign.

The Dark Blues have strug­gled to re­place O’Hara’s ath­leti­cism and phys­i­cal­ity in the mid­field since he de­parted – that’s been Peter­bor­ough’s gain, how­ever.

He got off to a flyer with three goals in his first two matches and has played 29 times this sea­son.

Wolters re­turned to Hol­land with NEC where he suf­fered a se­ri­ous knee in­jury in pre-sea­son. He’s since re­turned to train­ing but is yet to fea­ture for the club.

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