Dundee manager James McPake can see signs the Dark Blues are getting the “dominant” Josh Meekings back – if he can keep himself on the training pitch.
Dundee captain Josh Meekings insists his team are not interested in what happens to their city rivals – with the focus firmly on keeping their own house in order.
Dundee skipper Josh Meekings has issued a warning to Elgin City – the Dark Blues are hurting after their derby humiliation and are determined to put things right, starting on Sunday.
Dundee are keeping an eye on Josh Meekings after the club captain picked up a knock during the club’s training camp in Spain.
Dundee boss James McPake admits there is a worry every time club captain Josh Meekings hits the deck needing treatment.
Josh Meekings’ biggest regret is not being able to help Dundee out this season as they were relegated – he says he’ll do everything in his power to make up for that.
Jim McIntyre knows mentality even more than physicality will be the key as Dundee bid to save their Premiership status in the final five games of the season.
Dundee have been dealt a blow with the news club captain Josh Meekings’ hip problem is likely to be season-ending and will see him go under the knife in a couple of weeks.
Dundee skipper Josh Meekings faces a race to be fit for Saturday’s trip to Ibrox as he attempts to shake off an injury picked up against Motherwell.
New Dundee captain Josh Meekings has thanked under-fire boss Neil McCann for trusting him with the armband.
Josh Meekings says it was “a privilege” to be given the captain’s armband in midweek as he led Dundee out in Peterhead.
Most of Dundee’s new men come from far afield but Josh Meekings is sure they’re settling into life at Dens already.
Injured pair Josh Meekings and Roarie Deacon face fitness checks before Dundee boss Neil McCann finalises his squad for Saturday’s trip to Motherwell.
Josh Meekings says the displays in draws against Hearts and Celtic shows Dundee have enough to keep themselves in the Premiership.
Dundee plan to restart talks with a number of their out-of-contract players in the next week.
Dundee will welcome back Josh Meekings today at Partick Thistle but there is a worry over Genseric Kusunga after he picked up a “niggle” at Kilmarnock.
Josh Meekings says Dundee have enough about them to emulate Caley Thistle’s 2015 Scottish Cup success — taking care of business against the Highlanders tomorrow, though, is all he’s focused on.
Dundee manager Neil McCann is expecting a fit and healthy squad to choose from for today’s Scottish Cup clash with Inverness.
The last couple of years has seen plenty players moving from Caley Thistle to Dundee but surely the biggest success has been Josh Meekings — and there’s more yet to come from him.
Dundee will welcome Josh Meekings back to the first team for this weekend’s Scottish Cup clash against his old side Inverness.