Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has suffered a big blow with striker Benji Kallman set to go under the knife later this week.
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Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has hailed the impact made by midfielder Martin Woods after he played through the pain barrier to complete his first 90 minutes in over nine months.
After spending more than two months kicking his heels in frustration on the sidelines, Nathan Ralph admits he was delighted to return to action against St Mirren.
Dundee have allowed central defender Kerr Waddell’s loan deal at Morton to be extended. The highly-rated 20-year-old will now stay at Cappielow until the end of the season. Waddell was recruited from Dens Park by then Ton boss Ray McKinnon in the summer and has played 13 times for the Greenock side.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre admits he has seen encouraging signs that Kenny Miller and Benjamin Kallman could form a productive partnership up front.
Our writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson look back on a huge weekend for football in Courier Country. The jury is still out on whether Dundee got a decent point or dropped two, St Johnstone's incredible winning run motored on and Dundee United's Robbie Revival continued in the Highlands.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has revealed he is hoping that an injection can cure a troublesome hip injury suffered by Josh Meekings, otherwise the defender could be out for the season.
Benjamin Kallman admits that when elder statesman Kenny Miller speaks, he listens.
Dundee finally stopped the rot after a run of five successive defeats with a deserved draw against fellow strugglers St Mirren at Dens.