Dundee boss Neil McCann praised his side’s never-say-die winning mentality after the Dark Blues secured a dramatic last-gasp victory in the Betfred Cup against Raith Rovers last night.
There was late, late drama at Stark’s Park as Dundee began their Betfred Cup campaign with a victory against Raith Rovers.
It certainly does not get any easier for Montrose boss Stewart Petrie and his depleted squad with another testing Betfred Cup tie against Premiership opposition looming large for the second time in just four days.
Dundee boss Neil McCann admits he has a big selection headache ahead of tonight’s first competitive action of the season against Raith Rovers in the Betfred Cup – who to leave out of his starting XI.
His big move to play in England with Wigan may not have worked out as he hoped but Jack Hendry insists he has returned north of the border a better player.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has explained why he decided to appoint former St Johnstone defender Graham Gartland as his new assistant.
Cammy Kerr admits that when the likes of Charlie Adam and Gavin Rae were sending him messages congratulating him on becoming the new Dundee vice-captain, he couldn’t help pinching himself.
He is now 42 years young but that hasn’t stopped Brechin boss Darren Dods from embarking on what is his 26th pre-season.
Dundee captain Darren O’Dea admits he saw enough from new signing Scott Allan on the first day of pre-season training to believe he can provide a much-needed “X-Factor” at Dens.
Brechin boss Darren Dods has revealed that James Dale has agreed to return to the club this season.