FFS guys take a chill pill, am totally p*ssed off with all the negativity on here after a defeat, so much so I hardly post now, ok we lost a game we maybe should have won, but it's gone now! NM is doing a good job for us Rome wasn't built in a day and we can go on sacking managers every year and where the f**k is that going to get us? Give the guy a season or two at least and be patient he is learning how to be a manager and maybe some of us need to learn how to be fans!
Me and my daughter will be at Partick on Saturday cheering the Dees right to the end, and I can't wait! Who else will join us?
Update.......The charity ball us going ahead although venue change to The Queens Hotel. If the previous posters that offered to donate are still keen to do so please message me. Or uf anyine would like to attend message me and I will send you the details
We very quickly caught up with Gavin who now lives in Australia to talk briefly about the events with his former club up North. (The questions were asked before today's announcement that Derek McInnes had decided to knock back The Rangers)
Dundee have amassed 7 points in the last three games, with a draw against Kilmarnock and back to back wins against Rangers and Ross County which have helped propelled the Dark Blues into 9th position, on goal difference mind you.
Yeah, the one that makes you wish you had never gone to it..... and why, so what's your Halloween Horror Game?
My first Halloween Horror game was Dundee v Celtic in January 1971 when I was just a mere 5 years old. Standing in the Main stand underneath with my Auld Man, Uncle and Grand Dad watching Jimmy Johnstone (Didn't know who he was at the time) and Celtic run riot.
Needless to say I am a glutton for punishment, as here I am many years later.............. still being haunted to hell!
Scott Allan will most likely be going back to his parent club as Celtic will want to oversea his recovery.
Whether that means we will see him in a Dark Blue jersey again will remain to be seen. McCann stated in the news that “Because he’s a loan player we, quite rightly, have to be guided by Celtic and their medical staff. It’s early days and we’re just waiting.”
We spoke to Hamilton Accies fans Twitter page WeAreHamilton to ask them about how their transfer activity has went this summer, how it felt winning the play-off final and what player we should look out for today.
With the Premiership season kicking off this Saturday at Dens against Ross County, we spoke to @jailender about the Staggies, his views on Billy McKay crossing the divide and how it’s felt to see his team go from playing in the Highland league to cementing their place in the Premiership.