Dundee boss Jim McIntyre insists that if his team can reproduce the same levels of performance they showed in defeat against Hearts on Saturday, then the next win is just around the corner.
Dundee’s James Horsfield insists everyone at the club has to focus on the positives despite the latest loss at Dens on Saturday.
Dundee suffered their third successive defeat as they lost narrowly to Hearts at Dens.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is hoping for more home comfort when his team take on high-flying Forfar at the Glebe this afternoon.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is determined there will be a big response from his players after they suffered their first League 1 away defeat of the season last week at Dumbarton.
Courier Sport understands that Dundee United coaches Craig Easton and Scott Robertson have been placed on gardening leave by the club.
Paul Kean has revealed that a year of hard work in the gym improving his punching power paid off as he became the new Scottish Super-Welterweight champion.
If Dens boss Jim McIntyre is correct with his assessment of how the season’s finale will shape up, then Dundee fans should strap themselves in for a nerve-racking rollercoaster ride.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is sweating over the fitness of strike duo Andrew Nelson and Craig Curran ahead of Saturday’s vital league encounter with Hearts at Dens.