Dundee goalie Calum Ferrie admitted he fully understood his manager’s anger and frustration after the Dark Blues were beaten by Partick Thistle on Saturday.
Dundee bounced back strongly after Tuesday night’s disappointing defeat against Hearts with this comprehensive 3-0 win over Partick Thistle.
Dundee brought the curtain down on their season with a disappointing narrow defeat against Partick at Dens.
Dundee boss Neil McCann admits the anger he felt after his side lost against Kilmarnock on Tuesday night will continue to burn within him until his players put things right and return to winning ways.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is looking for his side to continue to show they are edging closer to their usual high levels of consistency when they face Hamilton at McDiarmid Park tomorrow night.
Saturday’s game may only have been the third Premiership fixture of the season but St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright admitted it was still a relief to secure that vital first victory.
Dundee’s Paul McGowan admits it is time for the team to “man up” as they try to turn around what has been a dismal start to the season.
St Johnstone secured their first league win of the season at McDiarmid Park this afternoon while Dundee remain pointless after three games.
On July 26, last year, Dundee played Cowdenbeath in the Betfred Cup and easily won 3-0.
If ever there was an example of the triumph of hope over expectation, it was shown by the small band of loyal Dundee fans who made the trip through to Glasgow to watch their team play Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday.