The cost to watch scottish football on the telly is about to become more expensive following the announcement that subscription-based channel premier sports had acquired the rights to showcase the scottish cup along with the bbc next season.
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.
Jim McIntyre’s reign as Dundee manager suffered yet another defeat yesterday at Motherwell but the gaffer was encouraged by the performance, despite lacking in that killer touch up front that has evaded them all season.
Despite suffering comprehensive defeats in his first two matches as manager of Dundee, midfielder lewis spence spoke to the evening telegraph about how Jim McIntyre has got the players training to do the 'dirty side of the game.
After nine defeats from their opening ten league matches, Dundee find themselves bottom of the Premiership table with a measly three-points but luckily for the club, they have not yet been cut adrift because Motherwell, Hamilton and St Mirren have also suffered a bad start to their seasons.
Men's mental health charity Andys Man Club is £850 better off thanks to a sponsored half marathon run by Dundee FC fan Scott Glenday. A cheque was presented to AMC representatives Alex McClintock and Adam Allison at Dens Park in the presence of Dundee FC Community Trust Director Steve Martin.
A lacklustre Dundee performance resulted in the dark blues being held to a 0-0 draw with Peterhead and having to rely on coming out on top of the penalty shoot-out to claim the extra bonus point for the second match running.