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  1. Since making his debut back in 2013-14, Cammy Kerr has amassed over 100 appearances for his boyhood club and has also went to on to captain the side on numerous occasion. The arrival of James Horsfield on-loan from Scunthorpe United however has seen Kerr have to make do with a place on the bench and with his contract up in the summer, Kerr insists that he will keep working hard to win back his place in the staring XI and a new contract. “My contract is coming to an end and I want to be playing so I am in the strongest possible position to secure a new one,” said Kerr. “Everyone knows that I am a big fan of the club and proud to have captained them many times so not playing is frustrating. All I can do is work really hard.”
  2. Even still, the young defender couldn’t help but reflect back on the teams result and performance on Saturday when Dundee were soundly beaten 4-0 by Hamilton Accies. “It’ll hurt me, I’ll think about it,” he added. “It’ll eat away at me ending on a note like that and I think all of us at the club need to take something away from that game, that this club needs to be in a better position than it is. “We’ll strive to do that next year and try to make it a great season — it’s our job to do that. “Only three points off bottom isn’t where Dundee should be. “We know inside the camp this year has been so difficult and we shouldn’t be down at that end of the table. “I can’t believe we’ve bowed out on that. “We’re embarrassed for the fans coming through to put on a show like that or even a no-show. “We knew at the start of the week we were safe but that’s no excuse to put the feet up because we wanted to win every game and it’s so disappointing to come away with that, especially with the size of the score, and not put up much of a fight.” Kerr went on to speak truthfully about his thoughts on the team after they had secured safety from relegation and his views on where the club should be and challenging. “On Saturday, it was as if people thought the job was done — it’s never done until the final whistle and it just wasn’t good enough. “At Hamilton, we didn’t match their fight, that’s the bottom line. “We didn’t match their desire to win balls, put tackles in and that’s what it comes down to — you can be the best footballer, we’ve got good footballers in our team but when it came down to the nitty gritty we just didn’t have it. “Throughout the whole game, we had enough time to pull the game back but we didn’t create any chances, I don’t think their goalie had anything to do. “Saturday just wasn’t acceptable even if it was last day of the season and we’re safe. “We want to be pushing for the top six and want to be having cup runs and be in the high end of the table but this season has been so difficult. “It’s been so inconsistent but we want to break free of that and, obviously, next season is a new start.”
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