The Dark Blues play Kilmarnock Football club in a cinch Premiership match on the 23rd September at 3pm, and this game will be at Dens Park.
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Under 18s: £12
Under 12s: £4
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A computer program called BetSiE has predicted that the Dee will finish 12th, and be relegated along with St Johnstone, who will finish 11th this season.
However, I don't think anyone needs to be Nostradamus to know who will finish first and second in this league.
According to BetSiE, Celtic and Rangers will battle it out for the top two spots, with Hearts and Aberdeen fighting out for the 3rd and 4th spot. However, I don't think you need to be a supercomputer to see how the Scottish Premier League will finish season by season. You only need to look at the top flight over the last 40 years to see that nothing will change and why Scottish football needs to change.
Kilmarnock and Hibs have been predicted to have a top 6 places, Kilmarnock have started strong and have already beaten Celtic in the ViaPlay Cup and Derek McInnes seems to have turned them around.
Ross Country and Livingston have been predicted to finish in the bottom 6 with respective 9th and 10th places.
I think every Dee understands that this season will not be an easy one. Ask anyone of the dark blue persuasion, and they will bite your hand off for a 10th place spot come the final game.
What players would you like to see being signed for Dundee fc id personally like the look of Akinyemi from Ayr united think he'd do well for us if we get to the top tier would also try keep Robinson id also id get rid of a good few as if we are promoted we don't wanna be relegated again.
James McAlister was at Dens for three seasons and was considered a fan favourite.
The midfielder was part of the championship winning side in 2014 and it was his goals which helped the Dee on the road to the title. James was also involved in the 'Bitegate' storm when Nadir Ciftci bit McAlister's leg during a Dundee Derby.
The vote for an independent review of the SPFL,s actions is on Tuesday, how do you want Dundee to vote?
Granted Sevco did not have the proverbial "smoking gun" but there are so many instances of clubs being put under pressure and conflicting stories that I hope we vote for an inquiry, if clubs don't stand up and be counted this crap will just go on and on.
It has took Hemmings some time to look settled in this Dundee team but the past few matches have seen the big forward reproduce the performances he was able to show during his first spell with the club and followed it up with two well taken goals to fire the Dark Blues into the lead.
Hemmings had two chances to fire claim a hat-trick in this match. He first chose to set up substitute Sean Mackie at the back post, who fired home his first goal for the club. Then, he blazed the ball over with the goal gaping after Declan McDaid crossed the ball as he ran in at the back post unmarked .
“Raging I never got the third,” laughed Hemmings as he spoke to BBC reporter Kenny Crawford after the match about his performance.
“To say I messed it up was an understatement but listen, it was a tough place to come. I’ve come here a lot of times in the pass and they (Alloa) are always a good team.
“Ultimately, you’re a striker so you are always going to be judged on the goal but I think the way we have set up in the past couple of weeks, I’ve been happy with my performances, on and off the ball. The goals just haven’t come so it was just a matter for me of biding my time.”
When asked what his team mates said to him in the changing room after passing up the glorious opportunity to claim a hat-trick, Hemmings answered: “They were just asking what happened!”
“I was going to take it on my left then I was gonna lash it with my right then at the last minute I thought, nah I’ll just roll it into the corner and it’s just hit off my big toe and went over the bar and I just started laughing and though, what am I doing!
When asked if Paul McGowan was sympathetic about his miss, Kane Answered: “Gowser has always got something to say about something anyway. It’s Gowser isn’t it.”
This is Hemmings second spell with the cub along with spells with The Rangers and Cowdenbeath and despite leaving Dundee the first time around to be closer to his family, he was quick to speak highly of living in Scotland.
“It’s a weird one for me, I’ve told people that I’ve spent more time in my adult life in Scotland than I have in England and that’s were I’m from. I love it up her and I don’t mind. I love the banter, I love the people, I love how aggressive people are, so I feel right at home.”