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Dundee boss Neil McCann says he hopes his side have turned the corner on their season after being “well worth the three points” at Hamilton.
After spending the season on the sidelines, Roarie Deacon is hoping to be the man to put smiles back on faces at Dens Park after declaring himself fit for action.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is hoping his walking wounded recover in time for today’s vital Premiership game against Hamilton kicks off.
Dundee fans haven’t had much to cheer recently but they will be given a lift with news Claudio Caniggia is set to make a return to the city.
Neil McCann has urged his players to “give themselves an easier ride” at Hamilton on Saturday as they search for a first result of the campaign.
Hamilton boss Martin Canning insists he cannot afford to take any notice of Neil McCann’s plight ahead of Saturday’s clash with bottom side Dundee.
Cammy Kerr has called on everyone at Dundee to revive the Dee-fiant spirit to get out of the trouble they find themselves in at the bottom of the Premiership table.
Dundee are currently the worst football team in the world, according to statistics.
Former Dundee defender Steven Caulker is hoping to win a deal with Wigan Athletic just weeks after triggering a release clause at Dens.
On the whole, no points by this stage of the season brings about relegation. Dundee will be hoping they can buck the trend – and they do have some form for it.
Dundee boss Neil McCann insists nobody is “shirking effort” at Dens Park as they try to find a way to halt their pointless start to the campaign.
Former Dundee skipper Bobby Mann says it’s time there was a new voice at Dens Park by sacking manager Neil McCann.
Dundee managing director John Nelms says Neil McCann will remain in charge for the trip to Hamilton next week despite guiding the club to a seventh-straight defeat.
Ryan Inniss has told his Dundee team-mates to look within themselves and find the fight that will rescue boss Neil McCann from the sack.
Patience is wearing thin with the Dundee hierarchy and manager Neil McCann has just three matches to save his job.
For Dundee’s players, it’s time to produce the goods today at home to Hibs if they are to finally get some Premiership points on the board, according to midfield man Paul McGowan.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has urged his players to be more decisive in front of goal against Hibs this weekend to finally get some Premiership points on the board.
Calvin Miller admits getting game time was his only concern before joining Dundee on loan – now, though, his full focus is on helping the Dark Blues climb the table.