It is the medal that matters more than all the others.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre rued the glorious chance missed by Ethan Robson as his team lost 2-0 to St Johnstone.
There were nerves aplenty but no goals as Dundee United failed to secure a Premiership play-off final first-leg lead.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright felt referee Gavin Duncan was fooled by play-acting when Hibs won a penalty last night.
Dundee are looking for their fourth manager in just over two years after sacking Jim McIntyre.
It is a puzzle to test the detective skills of even Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot.
Brechin manager Barry Smith had hoped that his side’s 1-0 win over Dumbarton a fortnight ago would herald a period of progress at Glebe Park.
Jim McIntyre has admitted that his Dundee team have played themselves into a “precarious” position.
Claims relegation-threatened players have given up is ‘absolute bulls**t’ says Dundee boss Jim McIntyre
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has called claims that some of his players have given up “absolute bulls**t.”
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre won’t be worried if his players look nervous ahead of their relegation battle with St Mirren.