Randy leaves Dundee football club
Dundee Football club in Scotland has confirmed that Randy Wolters has today left the club to join N.E.C. in his native Netherlands, as reported in club’s website.Randy Wolters who is a Dutch footballer currently playing as a winger for Scottish Premiership side DundeeA note on the club’s website reads:“Winger Randy joined the club last summer and made 16 appearances for the club”Steve Clarke downplays Kilmarnock’s league position Obinna Echi – December 16, 2018 Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke is refusing to be carried away by their temporary spot at the top of the Scottish Premiership after they defeated…“We would like to wish Randy all the best for the future and thank him for his efforts while with the club.”Randy had previously played for FC Utrecht, FC Emmen, FC Den Bosch, VVV-Venlo and Go Ahead Eagles. He made his debut for FC Utrecht in the home match against VVV-Venlo (1-4 defeat). Wolters scored the only Utrecht goal.Wolters signed a two-year contract with Scottish Premiership club Dundee in June 2017, a contract which has been terminated as he departs the club to join another club N.E.C.