Dundee boss Jim McIntyre rued the glorious chance missed by Ethan Robson as his team lost 2-0 to St Johnstone.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is happy to have a free weekend to help get his players ready for the “do or die” post-split Premiership fixtures.
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In this week's Talking Football Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson discuss a Dundee FC statement, its implications and an elephant in the room at Dens Park.
Dundee will have what feels like a new central defensive partnership when they return for pre-season training.
Dundee slumped to their second successive defeat in this one-sided contest against a rampant Rangers at Ibrox.
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Getting a calculator out would only serve to torture himself. Paul McGowan doesn’t need to know the exact facts and figures. He is well aware that the Dundee v Aberdeen fixture hasn’t been kind to him or his team.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre defiantly insists he will be in charge at Dens next season, no matter what league the team are playing in.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre looking for his players to display mental as well as physical toughness in survival battle
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre insists his players will have to win the mental battles as well as the physical ones if they hope to mount a great escape this season.