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  1. Our last tie against the Honest men in this competition happened all the way back in 1991 and it was the Ayrshire team who proceeded into the next round with a 4-2 victory. DUNDEE qualified for the last 16 by finishing up as the second-best runner up along with Queen of the South, St Mirren and Partick Thistle while Ayr won their group just like Ross County, St Johnstone, Dunfermline, Livingston, Motherwell and Kilmarnock. All these teams were joined by Celtic, Hibs, Aberdeen and The Rangers who all received a bye due to partaking in European action. Our season hasn’t gotten off to t
  2. Our last tie against the Honest men in this competition happened all the way back in 1991 and it was the Ayrshire team who proceeded into the next round with a 4-2 victory. DUNDEE qualified for the last 16 by finishing up as the second-best runner up along with Queen of the South, St Mirren and Partick Thistle while Ayr won their group just like Ross County, St Johnstone, Dunfermline, Livingston, Motherwell and Kilmarnock. All these teams were joined by Celtic, Hibs, Aberdeen and The Rangers who all received a bye due to partaking in European action. Our season hasn’t gotten off to t
  3. PREVIEW After the horror show that DUNDEE served up last weekend, the Dee bounced back with a 2-0 victory away to Petehead. Kharl Madianga grabbed his first goal in the dark blue while Jean Alassane Mendy made it two goals in three since joining us. Elliot Parish was given a run out and returned with a clean-sheet which will undoubtedly give McCann a headache with who he feels should be tween the sticks. Steven Caulker and Jesse Curran will have also put themselves in the frame for a starting spot following their displays. Nathan Ralph is also available for selection along with Gl
  4. PREVIEW After the horror show that DUNDEE served up last weekend, the Dee bounced back with a 2-0 victory away to Petehead. Kharl Madianga grabbed his first goal in the dark blue while Jean Alassane Mendy made it two goals in three since joining us. Elliot Parish was given a run out and returned with a clean-sheet which will undoubtedly give McCann a headache with who he feels should be tween the sticks. Steven Caulker and Jesse Curran will have also put themselves in the frame for a starting spot following their displays. Nathan Ralph is also available for selection along with Gl
  5. THE DEE need to deliver six-points this week in our ties with Peterhead and Brechin and by firing in plenty of goals to give the club the best possible chance to proceed from the group stages in second place. With Dunfermline unlikely to slip up in their last two games, that’s the situation we find ourselves in. Sunday was a horror show for the team and especially for the fans who watched the defeat to the Pars. It was lacklustre to say the least and Dundee were made to look like the Championship side instead of our opponents. The team lacked any urgency and it seemed like the eleven pl
  6. THE DEE need to deliver six-points this week in our ties with Peterhead and Brechin and by firing in plenty of goals to give the club the best possible chance to proceed from the group stages in second place. With Dunfermline unlikely to slip up in their last two games, that’s the situation we find ourselves in. Sunday was a horror show for the team and especially for the fans who watched the defeat to the Pars. It was lacklustre to say the least and Dundee were made to look like the Championship side instead of our opponents. The team lacked any urgency and it seemed like the eleven pl
  7. The last time our two clubs met was also in this competition a few years back which unfortunately for us seen the Fife come out on top with a 3-0 victory at East End Park. Like most clubs in Scotland, it's been a busy summer for the Pars so we spoke to Pars Review to get the lowdown on his team. The Pars fell at the first stage of the play-offs last season despite from what I seen, having plenty of opportunities to make it to the semi-final. Undoubtable a disappointed end to the season but how would you rate your finish last term? We did very well in the fourth quarter of the L
  8. The last time our two clubs met was also in this competition a few years back which unfortunately for us seen the Fife come out on top with a 3-0 victory at East End Park. Like most clubs in Scotland, it's been a busy summer for the Pars so we spoke to Pars Review to get the lowdown on his team. The Pars fell at the first stage of the play-offs last season despite from what I seen, having plenty of opportunities to make it to the semi-final. Undoubtable a disappointed end to the season but how would you rate your finish last term? We did very well in the fourth quarter of the L
  9. Stirling Albion will be our first opponents for the 2018-19 season and we were lucky enough to catch up with the Binos chairman Stuart Brown who took time out of his holiday abroad to speak to us. When Dave MacKay took over the reins at Stirling, he turned the team into one struggling at the bottom of the league to a side that finished 3rd the next season. That must have exceeded your expectations, especially since this was his first managerial role? Whilst our target at the beginning of the season was a Play Off spot, in all honesty, everyone at the Club, including Dave, was hugely
  10. Stirling Albion will be our first opponents for the 2018-19 season and we were lucky enough to catch up with the Binos chairman Stuart Brown who took time out of his holiday abroad to speak to us. When Dave MacKay took over the reins at Stirling, he turned the team into one struggling at the bottom of the league to a side that finished 3rd the next season. That must have exceeded your expectations, especially since this was his first managerial role? Whilst our target at the beginning of the season was a Play Off spot, in all honesty, everyone at the Club, including Dave, was hugely
  11. The club would like to advise fans not to go to the away Betfred Cup games unless Tickets have been bought in advance first. Season ticket holders will not be given priority for tickets due to the schedule between each game. Information on when Peterhead tickets will go on sale to follow, but all other matches went on sale from Thursday 5th July at 10am. You can get your tickets either by phone or personal caller at the ticket office. Prices are as follows – Stirling Albion v Dundee Saturday 14th July 2018 3pm Prices: Adults £12 Seniors & Student
  12. The first set of fixtures will take place on the weekend of July 14th. Fixtures and TV dates will be announced next week.
  13. Tuesday 18th July, 7.45pm – Raith Rovers vs. Dundee Saturday 22nd July, 3pm – Dundee vs. Buckie Thistle Wednesday 26th July, 7.45pm – Cowdenbeath vs. Dundee Sunday 30th July, 3pm – Dundee vs. Dundee United (Live on BT Sports)
  14. The Dark Blues head up the northeast coast to Peterhead for tonight's Betfred cup tie. Dundee head into tonight's game on the back of a 6-2 win against Dumbarton on Saturday, Dundee were down 2-1 at the interval and came out in the second half a totally different team. Hopefully, we can start off where we ended and produce a match-winning performance and lay to rest this north hoodoo that we seem to have. In the news today, we heard that O'Hara could be on from the start. He came on as a substitute just after the second half and impressed the Dee faithful. I wonder if Williams will b
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