Dundee managing director John Nelms admits the club had to sack boss Jim McIntyre to bring the fans back on board and to dispel the “very negative” atmosphere at the club.
James McPake candidly confesses he probably wouldn’t be the new Dundee boss unless he had managed to persuade Jimmy Nicholl to be his assistant.
Dundee’s Darren O’Dea has revealed he was so impressed by Kenny Miller’s footballing longevity, he phoned the striker up to try to discover his secret for success.
He has previously suffered agony with growing pains but Scott Banks certainly enjoyed himself as he hit the heights making his senior Dundee United starting debut against Cowdenbeath on Friday night.
Dundee slumped to their second successive defeat in this one-sided contest against a rampant Rangers at Ibrox.
Jason Holt insists concentration is key if St Johnstone hope to stop shooting themselves in the foot with the concession of sloppy goals.
The champagne may finally have stopped flowing but the excitement for Arbroath and their chairman Mike Caird is only just beginning as the club look forward to life in the Championship.
Dundee’s Kenny Miller has admitted he cannot understand how referee Steven McLean managed to make the wrong call at the penalty which cost his side dear against Kilmarnock.
Jim McIntyre insists that if he had been given more time at Dundee, he would have taken the club back to the Premiership.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is hoping the core of experienced players he added in January will help negotiate a hectic schedule of five games in just 14 days and secure the points to pull them out of the League 1 drop zone.