Graham Dorrans has confirmed his return to the cinch Championship as the West Brom hero signs with Dunfermline Athletic.
The 34-year-old has signed a two-year deal in an impressive coup for Dunfermline manager Peter Grant. Dorrans was last with Western Sydney Wanderers in Australia and has experience in the English Premier League with clubs like West Brom. The midfielder made 189 appearances for the Hawthorns side.
A statement reads: “Dunfermline Athletic are pleased to announce that Graham Dorrans has signed a two year deal with the club. It was at Livingston where the midfielder began his football career, winning the First Division Players’ Player of the Year before leaving to join Tony Mowbray’s West Brom in January 2008.
“At the Hawthorns he would had Peter Grant as a coach for the 2008-09 season. Graham scored 26 goals and made 189 appearances for West Brom before joining Norwich City. His next club was Rangers in July 2017 before signing a one year deal at Dundee.
“He played 27 games for the Dee before moving to Western Sydney Wanderers in November 2020. Graham made 23 appearances for the A-League outfit during the 2020/21 season and scored four goals along the way before returning to Scotland ‘For family reasons.’
“The 34 year old has made 22 international appearances for Scotland at U20, U21, Scotland B and full national level.”
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