Midfielder Gavin Rae set for third spell at Dundee
Scotland midfielder Gavin Rae is to rejoin Dundee as a player/coach.
The 35-year-old, who won the last of his 14 caps in 2009, returns to Dens Park as a free agent after a season with Aberdeen.
Rae left Dundee in 2004 for Rangers and spent three injury-hit years at Ibrox before moving to Cardiff, reaching the FA Cup final in 2008.
He signed a short-term deal with Dundee in October 2011, scoring three goals in 13 appearances.
Rae, who is currently undergoing his A licence coaching course, will combine playing and coaching in his third spell at the club.
Meanwhile, Maurice Kidd has resigned as a director of Dundee FC Supporters' Society with immediate effect and will relinquish his post on the club's board.