Dundee boss James McPake is searching for answers “to the same old problems” after seeing his side dumped out of the Scottish Cup.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson backed Christopher Long to go all the way to the top after the striker’s hat-trick propelled his side into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Dundee have boosted their midfield options with the loan signing of St Johnstone's Ross Callachan until the end of the season.
James McPake admits there has been “loads of interest” in attacking midfielder Josh Todd.
Dundee manager James McPake is expecting a real ding-dong cup-tie as top-flight Motherwell come calling on Saturday night.
Dundee are in the market for a winger this month to ease the load on Declan McDaid.
Dundee have distanced themselves from a romantic return for former favourite Craig Wighton.
Dundee manager James McPake says there are no signings “imminent” at the club ahead of the weekend’s clash with Ayr United.
Dundee manager James McPake believes their 2-0 defeat to Inverness at Dens on Saturday was as poor as they’ve been all season.
Dundee will be without striker Andrew Nelson for today’s crunch Championship clash with Inverness Caley Thistle.
Dundee boss James McPake says his side’s second-half performance at Tannadice on Friday shows there shouldn’t be a difference of 17 points between the teams.
James McPake has urged his players to control the “mayhem” tonight at Tannadice.
James McPake has no doubts club captain Josh Meekings will be fit and ready to come in for Dundee this weekend.
Dundee manager James McPake admits his side have been hit by an injury “shock” as a raft of first-team players are fighting for fitness ahead of the trip to Partick.
Dundee showed there is still a fragility about them at the weekend as they nearly threw away another lead.
Dark Blues boss James McPake has challenged his players to develop a real Dundee identity after ending a winless spell of four games.
Dundee really needed that win on Saturday but the last half-hour at home to Dunfermline shows there is a whole lot of work to be done at Dens Park.
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.
Manager James McPake is finalising plans for some winter additions to improve his struggling Dundee side as the January transfer window nears.
Dundee boss James McPake says his side “deserved more” from their trip to Arbroath after their run without a win extended to four matches.