Lewis Spence has signed for Ross County following his release from Dundee.
Dundee’s thumping at the hands of Aberdeen has strengthened boss Jim McIntyre’s desire to bring in reinforcements during the winter transfer window.
Straight-Talking Lewis Spence insists it’s only a matter of time before Dundee’s form in front of goal turns around, saying “some team is going to take a battering” from them soon.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has hailed the impact of Lewis Spence, saying he’s embraced the responsibility of being the “main man” in his midfield.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is set to have a midfield conundrum this weekend as Ayr United come to town for the Betfred Cup last-16 clash.
Letting opposing teams off the hook and not punishing them when they’ve got the chance can’t afford to become a habit for Dundee, according to midfield battler Lewis Spence.
Lewis Spence says Dundee are aiming to take the 2018/19 Scottish Premiership by storm as they look to follow Kilmarnock’s lead and gatecrash the top six.
Dundee midfielder Lewis Spence insists belief has never wavered at Dens Park this season, even when times were bad, and he has no doubt they’ll keep themselves out of trouble.
After making the step up from League One football to the Premiership, Lewis Spence is living the dream at Dundee — even if results haven’t gone the way he’d hoped.
Dundee plan to restart talks with a number of their out-of-contract players in the next week.
With the transfer window finally shut on Wednesday night, Dundee manager Neil McCann’s focus can switch to securing the future of some of his out-of-contract players.
Dundee have been dealt an injury blow with Lewis Spence having an operation on his ankle.
Dundee will welcome playmaker Scott Allan back to the playing squad for today’s crunch clash with Kilmarnock — but midfielder Lewis Spence is a doubt.
Dundee youngster Lewis Spence has been in sparkling form since breaking into the first-team picture against Rangers at the start of September.
Dundee midfielder Lewis Spence reckons Celtic are not invincible as the Dark Blues prepare to face last season’s treble champions in Premiership action on Saturday.
Dundee manager Neil McCann has heaped praise on league debutant Lewis Spence after his performance in the defeat to Rangers last Saturday.
Lewis Spence is loving life at Dundee after his summer move. One thing is missing, though — a run in the first team.
After a frustrating final two years of his time at Dunfermline, Lewis Spence could have been forgiven for biting off Brechin boss Darren Dods’ hand when he offered the 21-year-old a contract for the coming season.
Dundee have today the signed Lewis Spence.