The most important thing for Dundee this season is obviously staying in the Premiership.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has revealed that Roarie Deacon missed Saturday’s game with Kilmarnock after suffering a minor setback in training.
The last thing Roarie Deacon expected was to come back into a Dundee side without a win or a point, and rock bottom of the Premiership table.
Roarie Deacon will have a big part to play in Dundee building on their first league win of the season, according to manager Neil McCann.
It would be churlish in the extreme not to accentuate the positive after a team earned its first points and win of the season.
Roarie Deacon will be in safe hands as he aims to come back to Dundee for pre-season training in peak condition.
Roarie Deacon is happy with his first season in Scottish football.
Dundee wide man Roarie Deacon insists they will be on the front foot when they go toe to toe with Celtic.
Dundee have become all too accustomed to the feeling of being short changed this season.
Dundee will use their frustration at Saturday’s hard luck story as motivation for a daunting pre-split fixture list, according to Roarie Deacon.