Dundee’s Jack Hendry became an internet sensation the last time his side played Rangers at Ibrox after completing a superb tackle – on his own team-mate.
Dundee may be bottom of the Premiership and still searching for their first league win of the season but Dark Blues defender Jack Hendry insists no-one has hit the panic button at Dens just yet.
Dundee’s Jack Hendry is certain team-mate Scott Allan will prove to be one of the Dark Blues’ key players this season.
It was a big summer of change at Dens as Dundee boss Neil McCann put his own stamp on the squad with 10 new arrivals. Several months on, football writer Neil Robertson takes a look at how they’ve done and whether they are a hit, a miss or a maybe.
Dundee’s Jack Hendry admits his side have a chance of causing a big cup upset tonight if they play with freedom not fear.
Dundee slumped to their fifth defeat in a row with this loss in Leith to Hibs.
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.
It is rare indeed to hear a big cheer emanating from a dressing-room full of players who have just lost a cup tie on penalties to their derby rivals.
There was late, late drama at Stark’s Park as Dundee began their Betfred Cup campaign with a victory against Raith Rovers.
Dundee slumped to a disappointing defeat at Dens in their opening Premiership match of the season with Ross County running out deserved winners.