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Manager James McPake is happy to “take the hit” for Dundee’s poor first half of the season but insists the club can still achieve their aim of promotion.
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan discuss Dundee United’s terrific run of form as they seemingly race to the title, Dundee’s toils at both ends of the park and Big Dunc making his mark down south.
I wrote last week that Dundee’s match at Arbroath was the biggest in the fledgling managerial career of James McPake – now it’s this weekend at home to Dunfermline!
Manager James McPake is finalising plans for some winter additions to improve his struggling Dundee side as the January transfer window nears.
“We all knew what we signed up for and the Dundee fans deserve better.”
Dundee boss James McPake says his side “deserved more” from their trip to Arbroath after their run without a win extended to four matches.
Dundee continue to toil for form in the Championship as they were held to a 1-1 draw at a wet and windy Arbroath.
Midfielder Josh Todd says Dundee fans haven’t seen the best of him yet but he’s giving his all to help turn the club’s form around.
Dundee may have to deal with the wind and weather at Gayfield today but boss James McPake says coping with the quality of Arbroath is much more important.
Members of Dundee FC's record-breaking 2010 squad are set to recount their brush with administration and their record-breaking fightback from the brink.
Dundee can’t afford to feel sorry for themselves as they struggle for form in the Championship ahead of Saturday’s trip to face Arbroath.
It was never a fixture that jumped out at the start of the season but away to Arbroath is set to be the biggest of James McPake’s fledgling career as a manager.
Dundee boss James McPake wants to see more from his forward players as the Dark Blues look for an end to their losing run at Arbroath this weekend.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – Is McPake on a shoogly peg and can United pick up where they left off?
This week Tele sports reporters George Cran, Calum Woodger and Kenny MacDonald discuss whether James McPake is under pressure, can United keep up their winning form and look at the managerial merry-go round down south.
Dundee United and Dundee will both be on the box in January after their Scottish Cup fourth-round ties were moved for TV.
There has been a lot of clamour from fans to see Dundee get rid of manager James McPake but it’s too soon for that if you ask me.
Dundee goalkeeper Jack Hamilton says Saturday’s trip to Arbroath is now “must-win” after their run of defeats was extended to three.
James McPake has called for his under-performing Dundee players to keep believing in the gameplan even when things turn against them.
Under-fire manager James McPake insists he and his staff are working around the clock to turn Dundee’s season around after a third poor defeat on the bounce.
Stephen Dobbie added to Dundee's woes as the veteran striker's dramatic brace condemned the Dark Blues to their third defeat on the bounce.