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.
Boss Jim McIntyre believes the six minutes of injury time played by Bobby Madden at Dens Park yesterday was too long.
Neil Lennon revealed he urged Celtic to keep going all the way to their last-gasp 1-0 win at Dundee which took them 10 points clear of Rangers at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
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.
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.
Hearts boss Craig Levein claimed striker Uche Ikpeazu is not getting the rub of the green when it comes to refereeing decisions.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has urged his players not to take too much notice of Hearts talisman Steven Naismith’s absence today.
Jim McIntyre says his Dundee side will need to show “every inch” of their performance against Hearts last time out to make it two wins from two over the Jambos.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre expects to be without his strike pair of Andrew Nelson and Craig Curran when his team host Hearts on Saturday.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre is “delighted” to have secured the pre-contract signing of winger Josh Todd.
Andrew Davies has told boss Jim McIntyre he’ll be back ahead of schedule to help Dundee escape the drop.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre expects better from his side in “a tough period” coming up after their 4-0 thumping at Rangers on Wednesday.
Dundee boss Jim Mcintyre admits “schoolboy stuff” in the opening minutes at Ibrox gave his side no chance of getting a result.
Steven Gerrard believes Jermain Defoe is a dream come true for his Rangers midfield.
Dundee were made to regret sanctioning Glen Kamara’s early move to Ibrox as the midfielder sent Rangers on their way to a 4-0 win over his old side.
Steven Gerrard hailed Rangers for their dazzling first 45 minutes against Dundee and then criticised his players for their failure to put on a show in the second half.