St Mirren have apologised to the Dundee fans who were stuck outside at kick-off on Saturday and launched an investigation into the hold-ups.
Dundee got their Premiership season off to a losing start with an unlikely 2-1 defeat to newly-promoted St Mirren in Paisley.
Dundee boss Neil McCann decided not to pile on the agony after Jack Hamilton’s howler lost his team a game they should have won.
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.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is demanding his players show they can successfully negotiate the ugly side of the game as well as produce pretty football.
Martin Woods saw first-hand the devastating effects of relegation from the Premiership when he was at Partick Thistle last season.
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Neil McCann has had a long association with Dundee, his first club as both player and manager. Here is a look back at the highs and lows of his career.
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 finally stopped the rot after a run of five successive defeats with a deserved draw against fellow strugglers St Mirren at Dens.