Scott McDonald is on the move again as the former Celtic and Motherwell forward joins A-League side Western Sydney Wanderers.
The 37-year-old moved back to his native Australia and the A-League in 2019 after a lengthy stay in UK football. He has joined former Celtic teammate Kenny Miller at Western Sydney Wanderers, having previously been at Brisbane Roar.
He netted nine goals in 23 games for Brisbane Roar. McDonald is well-known in Scottish football, first joining Motherwell in 2004 and going on to play 165 times for the Fir Park club over two spells, then featuring prominently for Celtic before notable stints at Dundee United and Partick Thistle.
Western Sydney Wanderers Head coach Carl Robinson said: “When Scott became available to us on a short-term deal, it was an easy decision to bring him to the Wanderers with the qualities he has on and off the pitch.
“Every game is huge for us now at the business end of the season and we need to do everything we can to change our current momentum.”
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