Dundee assistant manager Graham Gartland was at Tynecastle on Saturday to see tonight’s opponents Hearts in action – and he admits he was impressed with what he saw.
Dundee boss Neil McCann promised to not be too hard on his players for losing to Aberdeen last night.
Aberdeen celebrated the news that manager Derek McInnes had rejected Rangers by edging past Dundee 1-0 at Dens Park.
Dundee fans who frequent the South Enclosure, or the 'Derry' as it is affectionately known, have been forced to relocate to the main stand tonight due to a water issue at Dens Park.
Dundee may have won their last two games against Rangers and Ross County but Dens boss Neil McCann is determined his players will not be resting on their laurels any time soon.
After being out for months with a serious knee injury, Josh Meekings was delighted to finally make his debut for Dundee against Celtic on October 14.
If Celtic and English Premier league suitors come calling for Jack Hendry next month Dundee should start the biding at £500,000, according to Dens Park legend Rab Douglas.
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.
It would be fair to say that Dundee’s Paul McGowan is the sort of player who wears his heart on his sleeve.
The rise and rise of Dundee, Dundee United's man of the moment Scott Fraser, the Broxden services and Sofien Moussa scoring in the World Cup all get the Talking Football treatment this week with Ian Roache, Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson.
Neil McCann has stressed that Dundee’s victory over Ross County was "every bit as big" as their shock win against Rangers.
Dundee’s Cammy Kerr has revealed that having beaten Rangers at Dens last week, travelling up the A9 to the Highlands on Saturday in a bid to make it two wins in a row against Ross County was an even tougher assignment.
Dundee’s Cammy Kerr believes his side are building momentum towards “something special” after Saturday’s win at Ross County.
Dundee manager Neil McCann heaped credit on his players after they earned their first win and clean sheet away from home this season with a convincing 2-0 triumph at Ross County.
Dundee secured their first Premiership away win of the season with this comprehensive victory over Ross County in the Highlands.
Accentuating the positive and eliminating the negative has helped take Dundee off the foot of the Premiership table.
Mark O’Hara admits it is nice to look at the league table and not see Dundee propping up the Premiership.
The Ladbrokes Premiership will go into hibernation in January with the league taking a winter break.
Dundee’s Roarie Deacon is hoping that Friday night’s stunning win over Rangers at Dens can be the launch pad to rocket his side up the Premiership table.
In this week's Talking Football, Courier sports writers Ian Roache, Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson discuss Friday night football and false dawns.