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Bulgaria is Shum change for Chis.

ROSS CHISHOLM last night completed a move to Bulgarian side Shumen 2010.

The former Dundee midfielder signed a one-year deal with the second-tier club as he bids to kick-start his career after his Dens Park departure near the end of last season.

Chisholm said: "I'm absolutely buzzing at the prospect of playing in a foreign country.

"As soon as I came here earlier in the week I knew it was the right move for me.

"The style suits me.

It's a bit slower than the Scottish game and I like to get on the ball."

Meanwhile, Dens boss Barry Smith says eyeing new players will spur on his side.

The SPL new boys travel to Cove today and Smith said: "It's not a threat. The lads recognise we need to strengthen our squad.

"It should make them more determined."
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