Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is looking for his team to build on their last two results when they travel to face Livingston at the Tony Macaroni Arena tomorrow.
I think Dundee fans should look towards the boardroom and give a grateful nod in recognition of the club’s recruitment drive.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre is hoping that the security of a long-term contract can help striker Andrew Nelson realise his potential and feel wanted again.
Andrew Nelson defiantly insists the new-look Dundee team he is part of can no longer be considered pushovers by the rest of the Premiership.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre admits he was as pleased with his team’s second-half resilience as much as the footballing excellence they had shown in the first 45 against Kilmarnock last night.
Dundee 2 Kilmarnock 2: Dark Blues pass up chance to take all three points after missing last-gasp penalty
Dundee secured a potentially-precious point in the battle to retain their top-flight status thanks to this draw with high-flying Kilmarnock at Dens.
In an ideal world Dundee’s new-look team would be given until the end of March before expectations were put on them to perform like a settled unit.
Sunderland manager Jack Ross was reluctant to let Ethan Robson leave the Stadium of Light and come to Dundee.
Dundee’s loan players have got the drive to enhance their own reputations at Dens Park and, most importantly, keep the Dark Blues in the Premiership, according to Scott Wright.
The boards at Dens and Tannadice have backed their managers to the hilt in this transfer window.