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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?

Cmon Dundee!💙
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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 

Regards

Leanne


Who was your man of the match against Aberdeen in today's game?
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 O’Hara struck twice in the second half, either side of Josh Windass’ goal, to give Dundee their first win in seven games and lift them off the bottom of the table.

The midfielder has now scored in all three ties with the Gers at Dens since his arrival last summer and his double made it four in total.

“I don’t know what it is about Rangers, but long may it continue,” said O’Hara.
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Poor defending and lacking any end product upfront was the catalyst to a fourth straight defeat in a row for the Dark Blues, with three happening in the space of a week.

“I don’t like being down at the bottom of the table. I’m trying to change things here so that we’re not looking down in that direction,” said McCann.

“All the other teams who’ve started to come above us now have been through a difficult period and we’re experiencing one now.

“The only way to get out of it is to get the boys to be brave and still believe in what we’re doing.

“This is when you need to use a lot of your man-management skills to gather the boys and make sure they become stronger characters.

“Our game has been really attractive to watch without getting results but we need to do the ugly side of things as well.

“I’m not going to roll over. We’ll get back to work to try and become harder to beat.

“We’ve got a young group and this is when they become men, when it’s difficult at times.

“Without stating the obvious we need to work on our defensive side of things. There’s a real sense of disappointment because the goals we lost were very poor.

“Again, we were in control of the match and then we get done by a sucker-punch at the first one just before half-time.

“It’s a bit indicative of our season that we’re losing such soft goals.”

Paul McGowan also spoke of his shock that the Dee were at the bottom of the pile.

“It’s hard to say that we’re bottom of the league,” said McGowan.

“I can’t believe how it’s happened because of the way we’ve been playing.

“But you’re not going to get anywhere if you’re not scoring and you’re conceding poor goals.

“We’re a young squad and it’s a learning curve but we need to learn quickly.

“Before you know it, you’re staring down the barrel.”
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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)
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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.
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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!
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Who was your man of the match against Motherwell in today's game?
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With just under 200 appearance to his name and five goals, Gary Irvine was an integral part of Dundee during his five and a half years service.
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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.”
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Match-day: Dundee V Hearts

Dee take another 3 points at home!
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Dundee headed to Rugby Park hoping to capitalise on the win against St Johnstone last week.
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Dundee lose to Celtic in the Betfred Cup 4 - 0.

Celtic scored after Beaton judge Sinclair to have been fouled inside the box by Hendry. Sinclair converted from the spot.

Forrest made it two in the 42nd minute when he managed to get the ball past Bain from just inside the box.

McGregor made it third in the 88th minute after Beaton waved play on and El Bak gives the ball away.

Forrest gets his second in the 90th+1 when he shoots from inside the box under Bain who had no chance to save.

Dundee 0 - 4 Celtic.
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The Dark Blues host St Johnstone today. The last time Dundee and St Jonstone played, the Dark Blues came out 2 - 0 winners.

The Teams for today:

Dundee: Bain, Kerr, O'Dea, Holt, Leitch-Smith, Kamara, Moussa, El Bakhtaoui, Deacon, Hendry, Spence.

Subs: Parish, Allan, O'Hara, Aurtenetxe, McGowan, Wolters, Waddell.

St Johnstone: Mannus, Foster, Anderson, Shaughnessy, Easton, Wotherspoon, Craig, Paton, O'Halloran, MacLean, Johnstone.

Subs: Clark, Tanser, Millar, Scougall, Thomson, Gilchrist, Cummins.

Game is live on DeeTV for those who are living outside the UK.
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Luckily enough for us, popular fans Twitter page St Johnstone 1884 agreed to partake in a answering a few questions about how their season has went so far. Read what they had so say below!
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Not much to write about..... Well beaten today by The Rangers.

Rangers: Morelos (41', 85'), Windass (68'), Peña (83')

Dundee: El Bakhtaoui (90')
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Dundee 1 - 1 Hibs

Dundee: Holt 9' pen
Hibs: Stokes 39'
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For this instalment of 'The View from the Opposition,' we spoke to Gavin from the Hibs Podcast team, HibsTalk.

So how long has the HibsTalk Podcast been on the go for?
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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.
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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.
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The winners of this years Player Sponsorship will be announced after the Ross County game this Saturday.

So good luck to all of you who entered this year.

We have raised over £1,126.00 this year, fantastic effort and we here at The Dark Blues Team thank you all for taking part, donating or lending your support!

This year, our player we have sponsored is the magic number 9: Sofien Moussa

Thanks again everyone!
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Cobra's Top Two Topic/HK's post lead me here. "Is the structure of the Premiership the best we can come up with?"

Writing off the Top 4-5-6 places for half the Premiership Division before we've started the season, cannae be right.

Probably a differnt argument, but I would be delighted to see Twa Ugly Sisters spread their poison somewhere else.

OK part of this is to see the Premiership more "open" But wha wid want them?  The last few days have shown again

neither of them in good light. They must have some decent fans. But who would want to be associated with them?

Know this has been well discussed before, but with the New Season only days away, as well as the excitement this

brings to fans of every club, there is also the thinking... "Is this anither stressful season focusing on bottom clubs?"
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