Iain Davidson is expecting plenty of friendly fire texts from old pal Johnny Russell this week.
Peter MacDonald believes the Dundee players will bounce back strongly following Saturday’s desperately disappointing Ramsdens Cup exit.
St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas conceded the late injury to striker Steven MacLean was the only downside to his side's comfortable 3-1 win away to Tayside rivals Dundee.
Who will fill Colin Nish"s boots has been the question troubling Dundee fans ever since the key striker was sent off last week against St Mirren.
While many officials at Dens Park have been busy adjusting to life in the SPL, spare a thought for one staff member who has had to earn her keep more than most in recent weeks.
Dundee boss Barry Smith believes he has discovered two natural born leaders in Colin Nish and Mark Kerr.
Dundee are unlikely to be spared relegation from Scottish football’s top tier even if Hearts are liquidated before the new league season kicks off on August 3 with last season’s First Division runners-up, Morton, set to mix it with the big boys for the first time since 1988.
A group of concerned Dundee fans last night launched a dramatic last-ditch bid to try to save the proposed investment in the club by American company Keyes Capital.
The path towards an American takeover of Dundee continues to be a long and winding one.
Dundee defender Matt Lockwood may live just a few miles from Tynecastle but he won’t be going along to cheer on Hearts.