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  1. Arbroath are the visitors to Dens this weekend with Dundee looking to head to the international break with 3 points gained .
  2. Kane Hemmings returns to Dundee for a second spell.
  3. Gordon Strachan arrives at Dundee as the NEW Technical Director.
  4. Last game of the season for Dundee, first in charge for James McPake as caretaker manager
  5. The most important seven days, so far this season for Jim McIntyre and his Dundee side
  6. Celtic visit Dens this weekend and survival in the Premier League does not get any easier for Dundee.
  7. TheDarkBlues

    Dundee 0 - 0 Inverness CT

  8. TheDarkBlues

    Dundee Derby Fixtures Rescheduled

    The SPFL have confirmed the TV selections for the next two Dundee Derbies. This will mean that the fixtures for November and December have both been switched to Friday nights, each fixture now kicking off on a Friday night at 19:45 (7.45pm). The rearranged dates and times are: Friday, 8th November, 7.45pm, Friday 27th December, 7.45pm Both games will be live on BT Sport.
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  10. The Dark Blues fell behind early on when but quickly managed to get back on level terms. The first half was an entertaining affair with Dundee having the best chances to put themselves into the lead but the tempo whittled down during the second 45, with Dundee failing to cause any real threat except from a Graham Dorrans free-kick. Queens looked more dangerous on the break as Dundee found themselves in familiar territory of being unable to break down the opposition defence. Post Match, James McPake spoke of his frustration after another uneventful evening for his strikers and ultimately, another match without a victory. “It’s another missed opportunity and another game where the main problem was in the final third. “The frustration is we’re just not winning enough games, whether it’s home or away. That has to turn. “I’m picking positives so I don’t sound like a broken record – there was a lot of character shown after going a goal down. We then controlled the game. “We need to be better at the top end and that’s where my frustration lies tonight. “It was similar last week. We had chances to win. It’s a point but for me it’s two points dropped. “We know it will turn. We’re back at home next week and we need to be ready for it.”
  11. After declaring his interest in bringing his old teammate to Dundee last week, it seemed all had gone quiet on that front but McPake has managed to get the deal over the line and Dorrans will now be in tomorrows squad for our visit to Greenock to take on Morton. The ex-Scotland international has had to endure an injury ravaged Rangers career but will no doubt see this as the ideal opportunity to kick-start his career. There was rumoured to be interest from other Premiership clubs along with some interest from England but McPake has got his man and the fans will be hoping this move gives the team that vital creative spark that seems to have been missing.
  12. UWTB1893

    McPake Confirms Interest In Dorrans

    The Dundee manager was full of praise for the free-agent but did mention that any potential deal would have to be within budget. Dundee’s owner Tim Keyes today did however say in an interview with The Courier today that they “increased the budget a little” to bring in Kane Hemmings and that “the budget is always fixed but flexible,” so It may give McPake some hope that a deal can be struck to add Dorrans into his squad. “When a player like that pops up you'd be mad not to try and have a look at it," McPake said. "Would I like him? Absolutely, but I'm also very aware of the budget the board have already given me. "Graham will have a lot of options. I like him as a person, as a footballer. We've spoken about a lot of stuff but not money. If I had a chance to bring him here within budget and make it work then I would. "When I got the job, I jokingly said to him over a beer and a bite to eat 'I'm going to get you to Dundee' - I don't know if it's an option now or not.” "There's a hunger there, and a frustration from the last two years that his boyhood club hasn't worked out for him, but that's completely down to injury. "I know he's desperate to play football. He feels he's in good condition. He's had a real bad time of it with his knee. "He is looking to play football at a place he can reignite his career - he is far from finished and will be a good addition for someone."
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  14. Relegation was confirmed after last week's defeat at home to Hamilton, which meant that today's match was the first of two meaningless ties before the end of the 2018/19 campaign. Kenny Miller netted the only goal of the game after being set up by fellow striker Andrew Nelson. Miller's goal put him into the club's history books as our oldest ever goalscorer, at 39 years and 121 days, replacing Gordon Smith, who had previously held the record after he scored for the Dark Blues in a 2-0 win away to Falkirk in the penultimate match of the 1962-63 season. Smith was 38 at the time, but was just a few days away from his 39th birthday. After the match, McIntyre praised Miller's goal, which ended the club's longest run of league defeats dating back to 1898-99.
  15. Both teams went back and forth in a pulsating game which seen Dundee take the lead twice, only to fail to keep their lead for only a few minutes before Motherwell would draw level. It would be the same story in the second half but it would be the Steelmen who would go ahead, only for the Dee to do the exact same as their hosts in the first half and level the scores right after. The home side were reduced to ten-men with over half an hour still to play but Dundee could not take advantage of this scenario and would instead suffer heartbreak when Motherwell fired home the winner in the 94th minute to make it nine defeats In a row. To make matters worse, around the same time, Hamilton and St Mirren both won a point in their matches with late equalisers to unofficially seal Dundee's return to the second tier. Jim McIntyre, who is statistically Dundee's worst ever manager, called his teams defending as “criminal” and moaned that it was “ridiculous that we should have to score four goals to get a point” in another dour post-match interview
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