If Dundee lose to Hibs then it could be curtains for Neil McCann.
Dundee have lost their appeal against the straight red card shown to Kenny Miller during the game with Rangers on Saturday.
Kerr Waddell believes he could have held down a first team place at Dundee given the chance.
Dundee have confirmed they have lodged an appeal with the SFA, contesting the straight red card shown to Kenny Miller during the 4-0 defeat to Rangers on Saturday.
Before Saturday’s game with Rangers, Andy Boyle’s last taste of first-team action was playing on loan for Doncaster against Bury back in April in front of just over 7,000 fans.
If ever there was an example of the triumph of hope over expectation, it was shown by the small band of loyal Dundee fans who made the trip through to Glasgow to watch their team play Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday.
Neil McCann came out fighting after Dundee’s fifth straight Premiership loss, saying: “I don’t chuck it.”
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 boss Neil McCann convinced club owners still retain faith in him despite poor start to season
Dundee boss Neil McCann insists he does not feel under pressure from the club’s American owners despite the Dark Blues’ poor start to the season.
Facts and figures provide the incontestable context of Neil McCann’s Dundee reign. But facts and figures don’t lose a manager his job – players, owners and fans, possibly even the media, do that.