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  • O'Hara Ruled Out for the Remainder of the Season

    Midfielder mark o'hara's season is over after the 22-year-old lost Two-Teeth during last weekends 1-0 win over hamilton accies.

    O’Hara went in for a challenge with Danny Redmon and despite winning the ball, the Dundee player came off worse and minus some teeth. He continued to play on and seemed to have shaken off the effects of the accidental collision but by half-time, he was replaced by Lewis Spence.

    “Mark has not been great since the weekend and I am just away to phone him to see how he is doing.

    “He was due to visit the dentist today just to try to get some work done. It is a horrible injury and there are a lot of guys who would have come off with that.

    “The only reason we took him off was because he was feeling a bit light headed. But what a performance to get to half-time.

    “It was quite brutal inside his mouth as his teeth had been ripped out. They found them thankfully and managed to get both of them back in.

    “I am not sure what work he needs done but he is not going to involved in the next two games.”

    This gives McCann an even more bigger selection headache for tonight’s match up in Dingwall against Ross County.

    Genseric Kusunga, Sofien Moussa, Steven Caulker are all doubts for tonight with the latter playing through the pain barrier on Saturday. Craig Wighton came off near the end of the match but thankfully that was just cramp and nothing serious. 

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