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  • Jack Hendry: The Lads Are Confident That It Won't Be Long Before We Kick On

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    • 11th September 2017, 10:58 am
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    Despite suffering their fourth defeat in five games and sitting bottom of the Premiership, Dundee defender Jack Hendry insists that it won’t be long until the Dark Blues start picking up victories.

     

    “I thought we were in the game for large spells but the goals we conceded were disappointing and at the other end of the pitch I thought we could have grabbed a couple more,” said the young defender.

    “So, at both ends it wasn’t the best performance from us today but I thought we competed for large spells.

    “It’s obviously disappointing to come off a 4-1 loss but I thought we did well in large spells of the game. It is really just about silly mistakes.

    “If we take those silly mistakes out then I feel we have a really good team and squad on our hands. It is very competitive and there is a real good set-up.

    “The lads are confident that it won’t be long before we kick on. But obviously we need to go and do it on the pitch rather than saying things now.

    “There is a good togetherness and mixture in the team. I think we probably have one of the best squads in the league so there is no panic whatsoever. That will show through the more games we play and hopefully we can start picking up points.”

     

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