Dundee boss Jim McIntyre was absolutely delighted with his side’s stunning 2-1 win over Hearts at Tynecastle last night but insisted they still have it all to do in the fight to secure their top-flight status.
Kenny Miller insists the Dundee players are determined to “right the wrong” of their embarrassing Scottish Cup replay exit when they travel to face Hamilton in a crunch Premiership clash on Saturday.
He may have been caught flush in the face by an opponent’s boot but “old school” Ryan McGowan will not be running to complain to the SFA’s compliance officer any time soon.
Jim McIntyre insists that if he had been given more time at Dundee, he would have taken the club back to the Premiership.
With Dundee’s relegation now confirmed, attention has already turned to next season and life in the Championship.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre defiantly insists he will be in charge at Dens next season, no matter what league the team are playing in.
Raith chairman Bill Clark has confirmed that the club will be running a hybrid squad next season with a combination of full-time and part-time players.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is hoping for a large – and loud – turn-out of home fans for this afternoon’s latest crunch clash at Dens with Motherwell.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell has good and bad news regarding two key players ahead of this afternoon’s top-of-the-table clash with Raith at Gayfield.
Dundee’s Martin Woods insists it is an “absolute nonsense” to accuse any of the players at Dens of not giving 100% as the club battle to avoid relegation from the Premiership.