A trialist has hit out after apparently failing to earn a deal at Dundee.
Croatian striker Stipe Plazibat had been on trial with Neil McCann’s men this week in the hope of earning a deal.
He featured in a bounce game against Falkirk yesterday scoring a goal and earning an assist.
The Dark Blues won the game 2-0.
Expressing his frustration on social media the 28-year-old wrote: “Goal and assist in 2:0 win in test match, and still not enough to earn contract [sic].
“Don’t know what else to say. 2018 please finish, this become painful!”
Goal and assist in 2:0 win in test match, and still not enought to earn contract. Don't know what else to say. 2018 please finish, this become painfull!
— Stipe Plazibat (@StipeSP44) August 1, 2018
Responding to critics, he added: “Even manager said that he was pleased with my performance but he is looking for ‘Target Man’ style of player.”
Plazibat is a free agent after being released by Bangkok Glass earlier this year.
He did not play a competitive game for the side due to Thai rules meaning they could only sign five foreign players and the Bangkok side decided to terminate his deal.