Former Bristol City and Hibs defender Liam Fontaine has completed a switch to Dundee.

The defender has been without a club since leaving Ross County earlier this season. Now the former Bristol City star and Scottish Cup winner joins James McPake’s Dens Park efforts.

Fontaine has joined Dundee. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Now aged 34, Fontaine started his career at Fulham, taking in loan spells with Yeovil Town, Kilmarnock and Bristol City.

He would join the latter permanently and become a modern day hero at the Robins, making just shy of 300 appearances after joining the club in 2006. Fontaine returned north to Hibs in 2014.

His name was written into Hibees history as he helped the club lift the Scottish Cup and then win the Championship in 2017. A move to Ross County followed and now his next stop is Dundee.

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The former Bristol City man is a Dark Blue after signing a one-year deal at Dens Park. (Photo by Ken Macpherson/MB Media/Getty Images)

Fontaine has been training with McPake’s men over the past week and could enter their squad to face Ayr Untied on Saturday.

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