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Midfielders Out But Julen Back In For Dundee


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Dundee boss Paul Hartley has been dealt a selection blow with the news that midfield duo Nicky Low and Paul McGowan are out of the clash with Ross County.

But the gaffer will be able to call on the services of Julen Etxabeguren after the big Spaniard came through this week’s training sessions unscathed.

Low has not trained this week after suffering a virus following the Celtic defeat.

And, as a result, he’s been ruled out of facing the Staggies.

The news wasn’t good on McGowan either.

The former St Mirren and Celtic man has not kicked a ball for a month, his last start coming in the 1-1 draw with Inverness.

The gaffer confirmed: “McGowan is still sore, he has a bit of bone bruising. Nicky Low has a virus. He has not been well this week. He took not well after the Celtic game — he will be out.â€

But centre-back Julen is set to come into the XI at the expense of Thomas Konrad, an expected casualty of the Parkhead mauling.

“Julen has trained OK this week,†said Paul.

“He will be available for the game.â€

Meanwhile, Kosta Gadzhalov is facing up to an extended spell on the sidelines. A shoulder problem, suffered on Development League duty, may need an operation.

“Kosta will probably have to have an op on his shoulder,†said Paul.

“Either way, we know he will be out for a spell.â€



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Dundee boss Paul Hartley has been dealt a selection blow with the news that midfield duo Nicky Low and Paul McGowan are out of the clash with Ross County.

But the gaffer will be able to call on the services of Julen Etxabeguren after the big Spaniard came through this week’s training sessions unscathed.

Low has not trained this week after suffering a virus following the Celtic defeat.

And, as a result, he’s been ruled out of facing the Staggies.

The news wasn’t good on McGowan either.

The former St Mirren and Celtic man has not kicked a ball for a month, his last start coming in the 1-1 draw with Inverness.

The gaffer confirmed: “McGowan is still sore, he has a bit of bone bruising. Nicky Low has a virus. He has not been well this week. He took not well after the Celtic game — he will be out.â€

But centre-back Julen is set to come into the XI at the expense of Thomas Konrad, an expected casualty of the Parkhead mauling.

“Julen has trained OK this week,†said Paul.

“He will be available for the game.â€

Meanwhile, Kosta Gadzhalov is facing up to an extended spell on the sidelines. A shoulder problem, suffered on Development League duty, may need an operation.

“Kosta will probably have to have an op on his shoulder,†said Paul.

“Either way, we know he will be out for a spell.â€

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Following the injury news from Dens every week is like tuning into Casualty. You know something is going to happen to somebody. You just don't know who.

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