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  1. Dundee faced Peter Grant's 3rd bottom place Alloa Athletic There will never be another game like this, so many chances to win this game and yet we failed to produce a winning goal. Dundee were without leading goal scorer Hemmings through injury, Nelson was given the task of leading the line, and so many times he had the chance to win the game of the Dark Blues tonight. but, it wasn't to be. Dundee 0 - 0 Alloa.
  2. Next month sees us play a total of 6 games Alloa, Ayr x2, Dunfermline, ICT and QOS. We have 4 games in the next 2 weeks, two of those games is against Ayr which means we could possibly put some distance between them and us. However, they still have that game in hand over us against Arbroath and a win for either side will not help us out. We also have to play ICT, that is away from home and is a tough place to go and come back with three points. Is March make or break for us? Not sure, but one thing is for sure, there is no easy games right now.
  3. 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.”
  4. Alloa Athletic Football Club is a Scottish association football semi professional club based in the town of Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Founded as Clackmannan County in 1878, the club changed its name to Alloa a year later and to Alloa Athletic in 1883. The club competes in the Scottish League One as a member of the Scottish Professional Football League.[1] The club was elected to the second tier of the Scottish Football League in 1921–22, earning promotion to the top flight in its first season after winning the Second Division. Below the top two tiers, Alloa Athletic has finished runners-up in the third tier a record eight times without ever winning, the most recent coming in 2012–13, gaining promotion to the First Division via the play-offs. Alloa Athletic first entered in the Scottish Cup in 1883, its best result reaching the quarter-finals on three occasions, the last in 1988. The club's best result in a national cup competition was reaching the final of the Scottish Challenge Cup thrice; winning in 1999 and finishing runners-up in 2001 and 2015. The club's nickname is 'The Wasps', referring to its home colours of black and gold hoops. Alloa Athletic has been based at Recreation Park in Alloa since 1895.
  5. Recreation Park, also known as Recreation Grounds, The Recs and The Indodrill Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is a football stadium in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland. It is the home ground of Scottish Professional Football League team Alloa Athletic, who have played there since 1895. Additionally, BSC Glasgow of the Scottish Lowland Football League have been groundsharing at Recreation Park since 2016. Central Girls Football Academy have used the stadium for home matches from 2017. The stadium has an artificial playing surface and has a capacity of 3,100. Alloa Athletic have played at Recreation Park since 1895. A wooden main stand was built during the 1920s. Around 1950, a terracing cover was built on the Hilton Road Side. A record attendance of 15,467 was set by a 1954–55 Scottish Cup match against Celtic. Floodlights were installed in 1979. A new main stand was opened in 1991. The new main stand cost £350,000, most of which was provided by the Football Trust. By the mid-1990s, when the ground was being used for Rangers reserve team matches, capacity had been restricted to just over 4,000. An artificial surface was installed at the ground before the 2007–08 season. A seated stand was constructed on the Hilton Road Side in 2008. Clyde played matches at Recreation Park early in the 2012–13 season, while a synthetic surface was being installed at Broadwood Stadium. On 12 September 2014, a six-figure sponsorship deal was struck that saw the stadium renamed as The Indodrill Stadium. However, supporters of the club continue to call it Recreation Park, Recreation Grounds or The Recs. In June 2016 it was announced that from the 2016–17 season, Alloa would ground share with Lowland Football League side BSC Glasgow, while the latter continued to work towards their goal of having their own facility.
  6. Dundee FC are delighted to announce that Daryll Meggatt has signed a pre-contract agreement with the club. Defender Daryll is a player well known to manager Paul Hartley after spending 18 months with him at Alloa. He started his career with Queen’s Park and played over 60 times for them between 2010 and 2012. Paul brought him to Alloa in the summer of 2012 and Daryll played a major role as they secured promotion to then stayed in the SPFL Championship. He has again been a big player for Alloa in the Championship this season, playing 38 times so far in this campaign. Daryll will join up at Dens for pre-season training in the summer when he will sign a two year deal.
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