Dundee boss James McPake says namesake Josh will bring “scary pace” to the Dark Blues.
If Dundee United’s Betfred Cup exit at the group stages was painful, but by no means disastrous, it might just have come with a sting in the tail.
Dundee boss James McPake has some tricky decisions to make this weekend as he chooses between his “Premiership quality” strikeforce.
Dundee deserved to win the game on Sunday at home to Aberdeen but the late collapse tells us one thing – more bodies are needed at Dens Park.
Dundee boss James McPake hopes yesterday’s performance against Aberdeen impressed Rangers kid Josh McPake enough to join the Dark Blues on loan.
James McPake plans to be positive in his Dundee team selection for Sunday’s Betfred Cup clash with Aberdeen as he refuses to have his side “sit in and try soak up the pressure”.
Dundee host Aberdeen in the Betfred Cup on Sunday and, even if the Dons have had a few early season problems, it’s fair to say anything other than a win for them would be a shock.
In the space of just three short weeks, Dundee boss James McPake has gone from famine to feast with striking options.
James McPake is delighted with the quality he’s added this summer – but he admits he’s still not totally content with his squad.
Craig Curran and Andrew Davies have asked to leave Dundee, the Tele understands.
Kane Hemmings has made a sensational return to Dens Park after Dundee swooped to sign the fans favourite on a three-year deal.
James McPake admits he was tempted to throw on substitutes after only 15 minutes of a dreadful first half on Friday night.
Two Danny Johnson penalties saved Dundee from opening day defeat as James McPake's side drew 2-2 at Dunfermline.
Dundee boss James McPake is delighted to welcome back Jamie Ness to his team tonight after injury.
Boss James McPake says his Dundee side head to Dunfermline with “no excuses” as he plots a winning start to league life as the Dark Blues gaffer.
Boss James McPake has hailed the impact of Dundee’s kids as he mulls over his team selection for Friday night’s league opener.
Dundee manager James McPake has heaped praise on goalkeeper Jack Hamilton for his recent excellent displays.
Dundee boss James McPake insists he is delighted his side were able to bounce back from a couple of poor performances to progress to the Betfred Cup last 16 with a win over Inverness.
Dundee manager James McPake has warned his players Inverness are more than meets the eye.
Dundee boss James McPake says he is ‘delighted’ to be able to bring striker Danny Johnson to Dens Park as he aims to add one or two more to his frontline.