Neil McCann came out fighting after Dundee’s fifth straight Premiership loss, saying: “I don’t chuck it.”
Celebrations surrounding the opening of the V&A continued on Saturday as the museum opened to the general public for the first time.
Dundee’s dreadful start to the season continued against Rangers at Ibrox with the Dark Blues losing 4-0 to ensure they remain pointless in the Premiership with the pressure increasing once more on manager Neil McCann.
Dundee United left it late to salvage a point in a 1-1 draw.
St Johnstone were well in control of this game at one stage but by the end Aberdeen deserved their 1-1 draw.
VIDEO: ‘I just feel pride for Dundee’ – Visitors share first impressions of V&A Dundee as it opens its doors
Locals and visitors from far afield have been sharing their first impressions of V&A Dundee as it officially opens its doors to the public.
Dundonian actor Brian Cox has urged V&A Dundee anti-austerity protesters to "see the bigger picture".
IN PHOTOS: Lorraine Kelly and Brian Cox join hundreds of members of the public enjoying first look inside V&A Dundee
V&A Dundee’s first day of opening to the public has also attracted some famous local faces. Actor Brian Cox and TV presenter Lorraine Kelly are among those touring the building today. Architect Kengo Kuma has also returned to meet visitors and pose for photos.
Darker nights and cooler temperatures can only mean one thing – summer is all but over and autumn is here, says John Stoa.
Brambles, haws and elderberries, a verge-side scattering of scarlet and black fruits hanging heavy on bushes and forming a bountiful larder along this narrow lane in Strathdevon.