Dundee attacker Declan McDaid insists any talk of the league being over after their derby defeat has only served to spur them on.
Although he has been thoroughly impressed by his performances so far this season, Dundee manager James McPake insists they have needed to manage youngster Finlay Robertson at certain points.
The season after relegation can be tough to adjust to for a club like Dundee as they go from losing most weeks to expecting to win every single time they step out onto the pitch.
This week Tele sports reporters George Cran, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan discuss whether Lawrence Shankland has done enough to be Scotland’s No 9, can Dundee win back-to-back for the first time and what has Calum got against Robert Snodgrass?
Scotland star Lawrence Shankland says he nearly packed in football altogether but is now ready to kick on with Dundee United.
By his own admission, man of the moment Lawrence Shankland is living the dream.
Just when you think things can’t get much worse following Scotland, the nation has had to endure a qualifying campaign which will go down in history as calamitous, painful and, quite frankly, pathetic.
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and David Wren dissect Dundee's start to the season, ask whether Lawrence Shankland will get the nod for Scotland and what can James McPake learn from Coleen Rooney.
Former Dundee defender Steven Caulker has told the Scotland management team he is ready to commit to Steve Clarke’s cause.
By all accounts it has been a tricky first season back in the Championship for Dundee.
Dundee United will welcome back defender Troy Brown to the fold for tomorrow’s meeting with Morton at Tannadice.
Former Hearts defender Liam Smith is used to playing under the weight of expectation from his time in Gorgie.
Graham Dorrans insists the plastic pitch at Palmerston will pose him no problems when Dundee travel to face Queen of the South tonight.
Dundee United No 2 Lee McCulloch feels a change in atmosphere at the club has them prepared for the challenges that lie ahead.
Dundee United No 2 Lee McCulloch is happy to see Lawrence Shankland grabbing the headlines but insists there are plenty unsung heroes in their ranks.
Midfielder Paul McGowan has called on the Dark Blues to stick together as they head for Queen of the South on Friday night.
This week Tele sport reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan asks is there more to Dundee United than Lawrence Shankland, discuss how Calum riled Dundee boss James McPake and it’s good luck to Ian McCall at Partick.
Dundee manager James McPake is hoping new signing Graham Dorrans can help bring on some of his talented youngsters.
Approaching the end of the first quarter of the season, it’s been far from smooth sailing for Dundee on their Championship return.
Dundee manager James McPake was today lamenting a “moment of madness” which cost them in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Morton.