The biggest measure of how far Dundee have come in recent weeks is that you wouldn’t write off any game now.
Seeing themselves five points adrift at the bottom of the table on Saturday night would be a bit of a shock to the system for Dundee fans.
What a great boost for Scottish football Tuesday night’s win was.
You have to say the number of call-offs from the Scotland squad is getting ridiculous.
Dundee’s game against St Mirren is not a six-pointer - it’s much bigger than that.
The last thing Scotland manager Alex McLeish needed after was for his two main frontmen to be injured at the same time.
The whole situation with Billy Dodds possibly becoming the new assistant manager at Dundee has been nothing short of farcical.
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In football you very rarely get an ideal scenario and mine would have been to see Gordon Strachan at Dundee in some capacity.
It was disappointing that Dundee could not build on their win over Hamilton two weekends ago as they suffered another defeat at home to Kilmarnock on Saturday.
Credit where it’s due for Neil McCann – I was delighted to see Dundee get their first points of the season at Hamilton.