Sunday 11th January 2015
STRIKER Chris Kane said his goodbyes to Dumbarton supporters yesterday with a trademark goal against Hearts.
The 20-year old ended his second loan spell at the Rock, terminating a year long association at the Rock to head back to his parent club St Johnstone.
Kano became a firm favourite with the Sons support immediately by helping Ian Murray’s team dispose of Morton in January 2014 by scoring the killer goal in a 2-0 victory.
Saying his goodbyes yesterday, Chris was complimentary about his time at Dumbarton.
He said: “I’ve had a great spell at the Sons and I’ve learned a lot. It’s been a great experience and the club have been a real help to me.
“The fans too have been brilliant and I’ve made so many new friends. I’d like to wish them and the club all the best for the future.”
And he leaves the Rock with equal compliments from everyone at DFC. His 15 goals in 31 appearances is a fine record and all at the Sons hope that his career continues in an upward curve at McDiarmid Park.
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