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  • Kenny Miller Hoping That Dundee Can Kick On After Ending Losing Streak

    After Claiming His First Dundee Goal and Helping the Club To Their First Point Under the Management of Jim McIntyre Against St Mirren, Striker Kenny Miller Believes That the Victories Will Start To Come.

    “If we play like that then absolutely,” answered Miller after being questioned if he thought the three-points are coming soon.

    “That’s the kind of performance we’ve been working for in the last few weeks. It’s the performance that the manager has been demanding in training.

    “We’re hoping that we’re starting to see the benefits of the work we’ve been putting in in training Monday to Friday.

    “If we get to those levels every week then I think we’ll start winning a lot more games.”

    It’s been a tough start to McIntyre’s reign as Dundee boss but Miller revealed that the gaffer has been working on the basics since he took over.

    You can see by the way we’re playing – we’re 4-4-2, everybody knows their jobs.

    “There’s a lot of basic stuff getting put in, fundamentals of set-plays, organisation, and the kinds of passes that are going to be available to give us opportunities.

    “It’s quite simple stuff.”

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