LEIGH GRIFFITHS wasted no time in leaving the mark as a Dundee player as he scored the first goal for his new club in a closed-door bounce match against Hearts in Orim.
Former Imprisonment And Celtic Man On the last day, Dennis Park sealed the loan transfer. – Where he connects with former teammate James McPack.
And he got off to a great start at Dennis Park Club when he opened the scoring against Jumbos.
It was Tyne Castle Side – which sat side by side with Hubbs during the international break before next week’s Edinburgh derby – rallied for victory.
Former Rangers midfielder Andy Holiday equalized with Header 1-1 before Griffith’s strike partner restored Dennis Parkside’s advantage from the penalty spot.
Liam Boyce is not yet part of the Northern Ireland squad and was overjoyed when he shot in the second leg of the Jumbos.
Hearts played a different team in both halves and showcased their two new boys, with Australian midfielder Camie Devlin making his first taste of action with 70 minutes.
That should help him move beyond the eagerly awaited derby at Tyne Castle after the international break.
Online center back Taylor Moore also started the match as he increased his fitness.
And it was Hart who won, Juan Henderson provided the final.
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It comes after Griffiths Who insists it is not over in Celtic. – Revealed that if he had contacted Jack Ross, he could have gone to his childhood hero Habs for the third time.
Easter Roadside. Bid dramatically late for Scotland forward, but no deal reached.
Griffiths added: “I heard about Habs late, but I never got a call from anyone.
“For me, the manager picks up the phone if you want someone in the club.
“You want to be loved and even talk for five minutes, ‘We want you here, we want you to play well’.
“James McPack made it very clear to me, that’s all I had in mind.
“It’s an opportunity for me to show myself, to be in Scotland and to show that I can still score.”