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.
Dundee’s dreadful start to the season continued with this defeat at Dens to Motherwell, a result which leaves the Dark Blues still without a point to their name after four matches.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell admits he will have to shuffle his pack once more as his side continue to negotiate a gruelling fixture schedule with tonight’s game against Albion Rovers.
Dundee brought the curtain down on their season with a disappointing narrow defeat against Partick at Dens.
Dundee’s Sofien Moussa gave his boss Neil McCann an early Christmas gift in the shape of his two goals on Saturday to thank him for continuing to show faith in him.
Paul McGowan insists Dundee have now shaken off the rustiness they showed against Inverness on Saturday and are ready to sparkle once more when they face Hibs tonight.
Cammy Kerr admits being left out of the team on occasions this season has been a sharp learning curve that he hopes has made him stronger.
Dundee United maintained their lead at the top of the Championship table with this comfortable win over Morton at Cappielow.
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.