Paul Quinn has told Dundee United fans to focus more on the present than their glorious past.
Dundee boss Neil McCann branded the rough stuff from their opponents “disgusting” as they lost their final pre-season in Portugal.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo refused to tag his team favourites for the second leg of their Premiership play-off quarter-final against Dunfermline.
When Craig Curran walked across Tannadice Street to sign for Dundee from Dundee United, he joined a small group of players who have gone straight from tangerine to dark blue. Courier Sport picks out six men who have crossed that great divide.
Dundee manager Neil McCann left no one in any doubt about why his team ran out of steam at Ibrox.
Dundee’s dressing room has been transformed under manager Jim McIntyre, according to Calvin Miller.
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Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has let on-loan striker Benjamin Kallman return home to Finland. Kallman (20) has rejoined parent club Inter Turku, leaving with the Dark Blues’ best wishes. McIntyre said: “Benji is a great boy but he wants regular first team football and we can’t guarantee him that. “We wish him all the best.”
It was almost cruel that the Dundee players walked up the tunnel only to be told they had lost ground in the basement battle.
St Johnstone gave their all to try to stay in the cup but they were finally worn down by Leigh Griffiths.