Goals from defender Will Boyle and strikers Luke Varney, Billy Waters and Tyrone Barnett handed Cheltenham a 4-1 win to inflict further agony on League Two basement club Notts County.
This time last year, Dundee star men Kane Hemmings and Greg Stewart were in the running for the PFA Scotland Player of the Year Award.
Courier Sport reflects on where the now departed Dundee boss got it right at Dens Park and where he got it wrong.
Despite Dundee’s morale-boosting win over Hamilton at the weekend, there will be few fans of a Dark Blue persuasion who are still not lamenting the departures of dynamic duo Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has likened Dundee’s double departure to his club’s loss of Stevie May.
Paul Hartley has admitted Dundee are missing Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings and have been unable to replace the dynamic duo.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley has hit back at the so-called “experts” who he believes are having unwarranted digs at him and his team.
Hamilton player/manager Martin Canning believes Dundee are no less dangerous a proposition without their dynamic duo as he prepares for the trip to Dens Park on Friday night.
Dundee have moved quickly to sign Faissal El Bakhtaoui after Kane Hemmings left and I am backing him to adapt well to the Premiership.
If a football player wants a move from his club, there is very little that can be done to stop it.