Summer football is on its way to Scotland thanks to a major revamp of the Scottish League Cup.
Dunfermline shocked Dundee with this stunning victory in the second round of the League Cup at East End Park.
Dundee’s search for another midfield summer signing has moved from East Renfrewshire to East End Park.
A lack of tempo in Dundee’s play was at fault in their 1-0 loss to Brechin City on Saturday, according to unimpressed Dark Blues boss Paul Hartley.
Rab Douglas is on the verge of signing for his ninth club at age of 43.
Brechin City and Dundee shared the spoils in a 0-0 draw in their pre-season friendly at Glebe Park.
Such were the positive vibes emanating from the Airdrie camp that it was easy to forget that the Diamonds remain anchored at the foot of the table despite Saturday’s unexpected victory at East End Park.
Dundee’s reward for beating Aberdeen at the weekend is a home tie against Celtic in the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.
Scottish Cup holders St Johnstone and last year’s beaten finalists Dundee United have both been handed difficult fourth round ties after the draw was made this afternoon.
Brechin boss Ray McKinnon admits his players have a “huge carrot” dangling in front of them as they prepare to face local rivals Forfar in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.