It could be called Dundee’s very own ‘Project Brave’.
Dundee’s Paul McGowan insists his side won’t give up their passing principles and will continue to be brave on the ball – even against the best team in the country.
Dundee’s long, long wait for a win over Celtic continues after this narrow defeat in the east end of Glasgow.
Dundee’s Scott Bain admits he and his team-mates need to produce a perfect performance when they travel to play Celtic this afternoon if they hope to take anything from the game.
The boot’s on the other foot for Dundee United’s James Keatings as he links up with former Celtic star
Dundee United’s James Keatings has revealed that when he was starting out as a kid at Celtic, he used to wear hand-me-down boots – that originally belonged to Hoops first-team striker Scott McDonald.
The team with the perfect home league record this season meet the side who have gone more than a calendar year without tasting defeat on the road when Raith play Arbroath at Stark’s Park this afternoon.
Livingston may have only come back up to the Championship after winning promotion last season but Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon will certainly not be taking anything for granted when his side visit Almondvale on Saturday.
Dundee boss Neil McCann insists that Celtic have such strength in depth, there is no such thing as a good time to play them.
Forfar boss Jim Weir is on the look-out for a new assistant after Gavin Price decided to stay at Elgin City.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon has lavished praise on Fraser Fyvie with the manager admitting he has been taken aback by just how good the midfielder is.