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Dundee first-team coach Dave Mackay believes they will be “absolutely flying” this season if they can hit top gear.
For the second match running Paul McGowan earns Dundee a Betfred Cup bonus point from the spot after a stalemate with lower league opposition.
Dundee midfielder Shaun Byrne believes playing his first competitive game at Dens Park today will vindicate his decision to drop down to the Championship.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally is wary of a Dundee backlash in tomorrow’s Betfred Cup tie.
Dundee have concerns over the fitness of Jamie Ness ahead of their Betfred Cup Group D match against Peterhead tomorrow.
Gordon Strachan has revealed the chance to come back to where it all started in senior football was a major factor in his decision to accept the post of technical director with dundee.
Dundee manager James McPake cut a frustrated figure after their Betfred Cup stalemate with Cove Rangers as he demanded more out of his side.
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan discuss Gordon Strachan’s appointment as technical director at Dundee, Lawrence Shankland’s early impact at Dundee United and Celtic telling Arsenal where to go.
Dundee have confirmed the appointment of former Scotland boss Gordon Strachan as their technical director.
Paul McGowan scored the decisive penalty in the shoot-out as Dundee took the Betfred Cup Group D bonus point win over Cove Rangers.
Much of the focus at Cove tonight will be on the reunion of Dundee boss James McPake and Paul Hartley, the man the Dundee boss credits with giving him a big push into management.
He was delighted with his side’s weekend win in the Betfred Cup but Dundee boss James McPake knows it will take a similar display to secure another victory at Cove Rangers tonight.
As starts go, this was decent – encouraging even.
Dead calm James McPake wasn’t showing his emotions after Dundee’s opening Betfred Cup win at Raith Rovers.
Dundee boss James McPake admits he has his eye on as many as 15 strikers right now – and Stevie May is one of them.
Dundee new boy Jamie Ness can’t wait to get going tomorrow in dark blue – even if it’s far earlier than he’s ever been used to.
Scott Wright believes the disappointment of relegation at Dundee has equipped him to become an Aberdeen regular.
Goalkeeper Jack Hamilton learned a lot about himself during Dundee’s “disaster” last season and he’s determined to put relegation firmly in the past by getting off to a flyer on Saturday.
James McPake insists Dundee are only just starting to see the best of midfielder Jamie Ness.