Dundee manager Jim McIntyre labelled his players “meek” after they crashed to a 5-1 defeat in Aberdeen last night.
Dundee fell back to the bottom of the Premiership as they got a bit of a pasting at Pittodrie.
All good things must come to an end and so it proved with St Johnstone’s unbeaten run.
David Wotherspoon insists St Johnstone’s players will still volunteer despite the club being under some kind of spotkick spell.
The wonderful unbeaten run started two months ago with a victory at Motherwell so maybe it was apt that it was the Steemen who ended it.
Sam Stanton hopes that Dundee United can repeat their Ross County heroics when they head back to the Highlands.
Dundee’s dressing room has been transformed under manager Jim McIntyre, according to Calvin Miller.
Brechin manager Barry Smith knows his side face a Stranraer outfit that will refuse to lie down regardless of the scoreline.
The Federation of Dundee United Supporters' Clubs have been reassured the proposed takeover of the club is still on the cards.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre is delighted to be off the bottom of the Premiership but has warned his players that it is not job done.