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Dundee United: Kevin McDonald heads exits from Tannadice

Former Scotland midfielder Kevin McDonald is among a number of players leaving Dundee United this summer. McDonald joined on a short-term deal in February as he relaunched his career following a kidney transplant. Benjamin Siegrist, Adrian Sporle, Max Biamou and Florent Hoti will also move on while Dylan Levitt and...
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Kevin McDonald imparts life lessons at “Things I Wish I Knew” event

In a conversation covering topics spanning from his father’s declaration of bankruptcy to the challenges he faced during his career, Kevin McDonald, vice president of diversity, equity, inclusion and community partnerships at the University, imparted invaluable wisdom to students Tuesday evening. The event was a part of the Multicultural Student Center’s “Things I Wish I Knew” event series.
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Kevin McDonald: Midfielder grateful for Dundee Utd deal after kidney transplant

Midfielder Kevin McDonald was prepared for enforced retirement, but is "forever grateful" to Dundee United for "taking a chance" on him after his kidney transplant. McDonald, 33, is relaunching his career in a short-term deal at Dundee United. The former Scotland international had a successful kidney transplant from his brother...
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Kevin McDonald training with Dundee United after kidney transplant

Tam Courts has confirmed Kevin McDonald is training with Dundee United as he looks to return to action following a kidney transplant. The 33-year-old, who has won five Scotland caps, sat out the 2020/21 season due to a serious illness and his brother Fraser donated a kidney so McDonald could have surgery last May.
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Kevin McDonald: Former Fulham man training again after kidney transplant

Former Fulham midfielder Kevin McDonald says he is thrilled to be training again, as he returns to football following a kidney transplant. The Scotland international hopes to resume his career, after sitting out last season due to serious illness. His brother Fraser donated a kidney so McDonald could have surgery...
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