What looked like being a good day for Dundee United turned sour as they lost ground on Ross County in the Championship title race.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre blamed both individual errors and wrong refereeing decisions for their 4-2 home defeat to Hibs.
Unity can be Dundee United’s strength as they chase the Championship title, according to Peter Pawlett.
As well as water from the sprinklers during play, goals also rained down on Dens Park as Hibs ran out 4-2 winners.
A real desire to improve himself as a player is what is spurring on Scott Wright to star for Dundee.
Dundee United striker Pavol Safranko will be right on target now that he is getting extra ammunition.
Recent victory for Dundee is not making Jim McIntyre complacent.
Former Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson is to realise his long-held dream of being involved in football abroad.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre would rather not have to fight back but he is delighted his team can do so.
Mark Reynolds will, after all, sit out Dundee United’s matches when they are played on artificial surfaces.