The sight and sound of a bucket of ice being poured over the head of a team-mate makes a football player very happy indeed.
Dundee manager Neil McCann bemoaned "criminal" finishing and "shocking" defending after his side bowed out of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 2-0 home defeat by Motherwell.
Dundee got their Premiership season off to a losing start with an unlikely 2-1 defeat to newly-promoted St Mirren in Paisley.
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Dundee boss Neil McCann branded the rough stuff from their opponents “disgusting” as they lost their final pre-season in Portugal.
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Dundee have piled pressure on themselves by losing 3-0 at home to Ayr United in the Betfred Cup. Courier Sport highlights five areas of concern.
Neil McCann admitted he got the ultimate buzz out of Dundee’s last-gasp winner as they leapfrogged Hamilton Accies into ninth place in the Premiership.
The Dundee players wore black armbands as a mark of respect for manager Neil McCann’s father, who died a few hours before the Dark Blues’ game against Motherwell.