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Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie and Calum Woodger are joined by sports editor Graeme Finnan to dissect what Dundee United have to do between now and when Championship leaders Ross County next play. They also look ahead to Dundee’s huge clash with relegation rivals St Mirren. They also discussed Scotland's Euro 2020 qualifying prospects — ahead of THAT match in Kazakhstan.
Dundee FC has released a statement following an incident in which an Irish flag was taken from a Celtic supporter.
Darren O’Dea says he’s seen Dundee fans respond to a “committed XI that give absolutely everything” in recent weeks – now the players want to repay that faith by keeping the club up.
He was one of the few Irishmen at Dens Park on Sunday who didn’t have a happy St Patrick’s Day.
Dundee’s main supporters group have knocked back the latest offer from the club’s American owner to buy shares from them and increase his stake at Dens Park to over 75%.
Boss Jim McIntyre believes the six minutes of injury time played by Bobby Madden at Dens Park yesterday was too long.
Tweets showing the moment a Celtic fan's Irish tricolour was taken by a steward at Dens - and then an angry exchange afterwards - have been captured on camera.
Dundee fans will have to move quickly if they are to pick up a season ticket for the same price as last campaign – despite not knowing which division the club will be in.
Every point is vital for Dundee now but experienced defender Darren O’Dea acknowledges they’ve got a “mammoth effort” ahead of them to get any from Celtic on Sunday.
Jim McIntyre admits he’ll be keeping a keen eye on how St Mirren and Hamilton are faring tomorrow ahead of his side’s clash with Celtic on Sunday.
Manager Jim McIntyre says Dundee need to be ready to face a different animal when Celtic come calling this Sunday.
Kilmarnock’s late show in beating St Mirren on Monday night did Dundee a big favour by preventing them falling back down to the bottom of the Premiership.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has revealed mixed news on the Dark Blues injury front.
On-loan forward Scott Wright says the mindset has to change at Dundee if they are to save their Premiership skins.
This week, Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger get a little bit depressed as Dundee and United falter in key matches last Saturday but try to look ahead with some optimism as the weekend sees the Dark Blues take on Celtic and the Tangerines travel to Dunfermline. Elsewhere, Calum makes an appeal for a friend.
Jim McIntyre wants to see more ruthlessness from his Dundee side but took solace from the fact they “defended far, far better” in the defeat to Hearts ahead of a daunting test against Celtic this Sunday.
Home matches against Hearts are where Dundee need to be picking up points, according to manager Jim McIntyre.
The first few days of December 1971 were to change the shape of professional football in the city of Dundee for many, many years.
Rob Boag sent in this great photo (above).