Schenk’s un­happy Dundee spell ends

The Herald - Sport - - FOOTBALL -

Goal­keeper Arvid Schenk has left Dundee after pos­si­bly the most un­suc­cess­ful play­ing stint in the club’s his­tory. The Ger­man played just one game for the club, a 6-2 New Year’s Day thrash­ing by Dundee United.

With Kyle Letheren re­turn­ing to fit­ness fol­low­ing a thigh in­jury to chal­lenge Scott Bain for the gloves, Schenk has now been re­leased.

A Dundee state­ment read: “Goal­keeper Arvid Schenk has this morn­ing left the club at the end of his con­tract. We would like to wish Arvid all the best for the fu­ture and thank him for his ef­forts while at Dens.”

Paul Hart­ley, the Dundee man­ager, be­lieves Thomas Kon­rad is ready to per­form again after a well-earned rest.

The Ger­man has been taken out of the de­fen­sive line re­cently but is in con­tention to re­turn against Hamil­ton after an in­jury to Iain David­son.

Hart­ley said: “In the main, he has done re­ally well but I just felt he needed taken out of the team, to be fresh again and ready to go when he is re­quired.”

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