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  1. Dundee finally grabbed their first win of the season with a 2-0 win away to Hamilton. Andy Boyle headed home the opener in the first half then Kharl Madianga scored in injury time for our first win after seven games.
  2. Mackinnon's last-minute strike earned Hamilton a crucial point against rivals Dundee
  3. Tony Andreu's late penalty condemned Dundee to relegation from the top tier and moved Hamilton 4-points clear of the relegation play-off.
  4. TheDarkBlues

    Ex Dee Interview: James McAlister

    James McAlister was at Dens for three seasons and was considered a fan favourite. The midfielder was part of the championship winning side in 2014 and it was his goals which helped the Dee on the road to the title. James was also involved in the 'Bitegate' storm when Nadir Ciftci bit McAlister's leg during a Dundee Derby. Q1 When were you 1st aware of Dundee's interest in you? I was probably aware the day before I signed. I had played with Barry Smith at Morton so I knew him quite well. He had done a unbelievable job since taking charge at Dundee. A sleeping giant of a club so I was keen to get the deal done Q2 What was it that made you want to join the club? The biggest lure to joining Dundee a side to the fact they are a big club was the fact they had just been promoted to the premier league and I was desperate for a fair crack at it after not having a very enjoyable time at Hamilton Q3 During your time at dens who were you closest too? The squad of players changed a lot over my 3 years at the club especially when Paul Hartley came in so it was hard to get close to anybody. I would probably say because he was there twice of the 3 years I would say Gary Harkins we travelled together and enjoyed a game of golf together. Q4 You played in over 100 games for the club what was your most memorable game? It would be hard to split two games firstly the Dumbarton game were we won the league that is a day that will stay with me for the rest of my life. Dens packed to the rafters and the way the game finished with big Kyle's save hearing that final whistle and having the pitch invasion was unbelievable. The other game would be finally getting one over that mob from across the road. We were always reminded of how long it had been since Dundee had won a derby so to finally deliver that with a 3-1 win was a brilliant night. Q5 You scored a few goals which goal did you enjoy most and why? The feeling a got when I scored against Utd was pretty special but we lost the game 2-1 so that put a downer on it as well as my goal against Celtic. The one I enjoyed the most with the right result at the end of it was the 2nd goal v Raith Rovers. It was an important game for us at an extremely difficult place to go and to score two goals on the 90th min was special. Q6 Gavin Rae what was he like to play alongside? Gav was massive for us the season we won the championship. He brought a wealth of experience and is by far the best skipper I have played under he done so much for the boys over the course of that season to make sure everyone's heads were right especially going into the last few games of the season Q7 What was it like to play in your 1st Dundee derby and have you experienced an atmosphere like that before I was blown away by the first derby being an outsider to begin with you don't realise how big the rivalry is. It was an extremely disappointing day losing 3-0. But I enjoyed the buzz that came with everyone of them. Q8 What was it like to play in Julian Speroni Testimonial? The testimonial game was a great experience for the boys. The team they put out in the first half with full of super stars. The amount of fans that travelled down for it was unbelievable and it added to a fantastic atmosphere on the night Q9 Helicopter Saturday at dens final day going into the game how was the dressing room? The dressing room was extremely positive to be fair. Two weeks prior we thought we had blown it at Morton but results went our way the following week to put it back into our own hands. We were extremely determined not it let it slip for a second time after how low we felt at Cappielow. Q10 At halftime were you as a team aware of Hamilton score? I didn't ask the score at ht as we were 2-0 and only cared about us doing our job. It wasn't until late in the game at 2-1 that one of the subs came on and said Accies were winning 8-2 or something like that and I was convinced he was at the wind up. When the game had finished and we finally got back to the dressing room it was confirmed that Accies had got the 8 goal swing they needed. It made our result even sweater. Q11 In your playing career have you experienced a pitch invasion on last day of season quite like did when we won the league? I certainly haven't experienced anything like that and I don't think i ever will again. There is a great photo I have seen I think it's Benny that's jumped on big Dec and i have jumped on Nicky Reilly bang on the final whilst you could never of imagined what was going to happen in the next 15 secs. It took me about 10 mins to get back to the dressing room it was yet again another very special feeling.
  5. TheDarkBlues

    Dundee 0 - 1 Hamilton

  6. Your three word match report for the game against Hamilton Tonight?
  7. The past three matches have seen his team remain undefeated with two draws and that all important win and even thought the teams above us have also started to pick up points, performances have greatly improved with McIntyre in the dugout. Not only was last nights 4-0 victory his first win since his appointment, it was also Dundee’s first home Premiership win of the season, something that he was keen to achieve sooner than later. “It gets the monkey off the back, having not won at home,” said a delighted and relieved McIntyre. “That stat is gone and thank goodness for that. It is also three games unbeaten and we are coming into a really tough period. “First and foremost, we wanted to win the game. It didn’t matter how we did it but to score four goals was fantastic. We got a wee bit of luck with a couple of deflections but the most important thing for me was that we were trying to do the right things in the right areas. “There has definitely been progress. It was clear to see that tonight. “I thought the players showed a great hunger at times even though it was sometimes scrappy. Games at this level are difficult to win but we got the breaks at the right times. “I thought you could see a confidence appear in our play when we scored the second and third goals. We started to knock the ball about nicely.”
  8. Name: Dundee 4-0 Hamilton 5/12/18 Category: Match Highlights 2018 Date Added: 2018-12-06 Submitter: UWTB1893 A hat-trick from striker Kenny Miller earned Jim McIntyre his first victory as Dundee manager as they hammered Hamilton Academical at Dens Park. Miller struck from close range in the first half before curling in two goals from the edge of the box in the second. Jesse Curran scored Dundee's third with the help of a deflection. It means McIntyre's side move to within a point of St Mirren in 11th and earned only their second league victory of the season in 15 games. It also moves them to within five points of Hamilton, who remain 10th. Miller's goal haul means he has scored more than a third of his side's league goals, and has five in his last three games. Dundee 4-0 Hamilton 5/12/18
  9. This will be a big test for us and a game that we must win if we are to get ourselves off the bottom of the table. St Mirren and Hamilton play each other next week which means we could be further behind either of these two. No game next weekend as the Aberdeen game was called off due to them being in the cup.
  10. Last week was the most vocal I have ever been towards a manager of Dundee and despite saying that a win over Hamilton would paper over the cracks of our problems, Neil McCann deserves a reprieve for this week of any criticism. Continue reading by clicking the link below. https://theeaglesbeak.com/2018/10/02/dundee-grab-first-win-of-the-season/
  11. Last week was the most vocal I have ever been towards a manager of Dundee and despite saying that a win over Hamilton would paper over the cracks of our problems, Neil McCann deserves a reprieve for this week of any criticism. Continue reading by clicking the link below. https://theeaglesbeak.com/2018/10/02/dundee-grab-first-win-of-the-season/ View full blog
  12. With the threat of losing his job if Hamilton came out on top almost certain, McCann stuck to his guns and came out the victor by refusing to change his philosophy on how he wants to see his team play, something that has earned him praise from the Irish defender. “It’s a big relieve – this result has obviously been a long time coming for us,” beamed Boyle. “But I thought we were good value for it after dominating the game. We rode our luck a bit late on but that is a bit of luck we probably deserve after the way things have gone recently. “The manager has been brilliant. We’ve all taken a bit of flak but he’s been positive and kept on encouraging us to play. “He’s been very brave. It would have been easy to revert to a safer style and go long but he has stuck to his guns and we reaped the benefits of it on Saturday. “Have I seen any signs of him being under stress? No, not really. At training, everyone has been positive around the place. You wouldn’t guess from walking around the place that we had lost seven games on the spin from looking at folk. “Saturday was a much better feeling coming off the pitch than we’ve had in past weeks. We just need to kick this on now.”
  13. UWTB1893

    I Hope This Is A Turning Point - McCann

    After a disastrous start to the season, Dundee more than earned their first points of the campaign with an away win against Hamilton and will now be hoping to take this momentum onto their next few fixtures as they eye moving up the table. "I hope this is a turning point and I believe we can carry on from here," said McCann. "We have a tough game next weekend against Kilmarnock but I told them to enjoy the weekend because it has been a long time coming. "It is a relief to get the three points and I am really pleased for the guys. I have been saying for a number of weeks that I had belief in them to get a result. "I thought we were well worth the three points. We dominated the first half and we continued to do things well. "The coming weeks will tell us how high the confidence will soar. It was a happy dressing room.” "There has been questions asked if the dressing room was together in these dark times but today showed the togetherness and it showed I have a bunch of boys who love being in each other's company."
  14. With the pressure mounting on Neil McCann at fever pitch and the rumour mill speculating that anything other than a win today would lead to his sacking, Dundee dug deep to secure their first win of the season. To round up a pleasant day for the Dee, they also managed to keep a clean sheet in this moral boosting victory. Dundee still sit bottom but they have plugged the gap between themselves, St Mirren and Motherwell to just one point, who both lost today. Andy Boyle gave Dundee the lead in the first half on the 38th minute when he headed home at the back post and despite Hamilton hitting the bar twice, Kharl Madianga wrapped up the victory when he made it two in the third minute of injury time. For once, Dundee fans can look forward to watching SportScene tomorrow evening.
  15. It's a massive game next weekend for the club and the manager. What are your thoughts?
  16. TheDarkBlues

    League Preview: Hamilton Accies

    The last time Dundee played Hamilton away from home in the league was 27th January 2018 and the Dark Blues headed home with the 3 points. A-Jay Leitch-Smith scored in the 98th minute as Dundee came from behind to secure an important win in a rainy wind soaked afternoon at the SuperSeal Stadium. Hamilton opened the scoring in the just two minutes, when Mark O'Hara sliced the ball into his own net from a couple of yards out. Hamilton went down to 10 men in the 74th minute after David Templeton received a second yellow card. Templeton was dismissed by referee Kevin Clancy after receiving his second yellow card for a trip on Allan, and Dundee took full advantage. The Dark Blues equalised in the 77th minute. Matty Hanvey who had just replaced El Bakhtaoui on the 70th minute mark scored his first senior goal for the club. Henvey scored from close range after a lovely delivery from midfielder Scott Allan. The visitors continued to pile on the pressure and were looking to to take advantage of the 10 man Hamilton, with both Moussa and Henvey coming close. Dundee took full advantage when Hamiton went down to 9 men as Darian Mackinnon was being treated for a leg injury and it was then that Dundee struck. Glen Kamara tried his luck from distance and Leitch-Smith put his foot out and his deflection was enough to see the ball past woods to snatch a victory. Dundee secured their Premier league status back in May after the Dark Blues came out on top At Dens Park with a 1 - 0 victory against the Accies. Kevin Holt fired the hosts' opener following Craig Wighton's cut-back and The Dundee fans took great delight in watching Parish save Dougie Imrie's spot-kick. Dundee have yet to secure a league victory or even a point for that matter. With consecutive defeats the talk of is of how long will Neil McCann remain in charge if the dark blues failed to pick up a win at the Hope CBD Stadium. Roadie Deacon looks set to make his long awaited comeback but will more than likely have to settle for a place on the bench. Benjamin Kallman looks set to play tomorrow despite coming off injured last week while the club are hoping that Josh Meekings and Sofien Moussa will be fit to make the trip. Kharl Madianga and Calvin Miller look set to miss out and will be joined by Kenny Miller who is serving the last game of his suspension. Head To Head In The League P138 W71 D31 L36 F238 A175 Home P68 W43 D14 L11 F133 A70 Away P70 W28 D17 L25 F105 A105 Records vs Hamilton Biggest Win: 6-1, New Douglas Park, December 3rd 2011 Biggest Defeat: 2-6, Douglas Park, August 22nd 1931 Highest Scoring Match: 7-3, Dens Park, May 9th 1987 Top League Goal Sorers: 1st: Davie Brown: 9 2nd: Billy Pirie: 7 3rd: Eric Sinclair: 6 Pay at the Gate Prices: Adult (18-65) – £22.00 Over 65, under 18 – £12.00 Disabled Supporters – £10.00 (Carer Free)
  17. The last time Dundee played Hamilton away from home in the league was 27th January 2018 and the Dark Blues headed home with the 3 points. A-Jay Leitch-Smith scored in the 98th minute as Dundee came from behind to secure an important win in a rainy wind soaked afternoon at the SuperSeal Stadium. Hamilton opened the scoring in the just two minutes, when Mark O'Hara sliced the ball into his own net from a couple of yards out. Hamilton went down to 10 men in the 74th minute after David Templeton received a second yellow card. Templeton was dismissed by referee Kevin Clancy after receiving his second yellow card for a trip on Allan, and Dundee took full advantage. The Dark Blues equalised in the 77th minute. Matty Hanvey who had just replaced El Bakhtaoui on the 70th minute mark scored his first senior goal for the club. Henvey scored from close range after a lovely delivery from midfielder Scott Allan. The visitors continued to pile on the pressure and were looking to to take advantage of the 10 man Hamilton, with both Moussa and Henvey coming close. Dundee took full advantage when Hamiton went down to 9 men as Darian Mackinnon was being treated for a leg injury and it was then that Dundee struck. Glen Kamara tried his luck from distance and Leitch-Smith put his foot out and his deflection was enough to see the ball past woods to snatch a victory. Dundee secured their Premier league status back in May after the Dark Blues came out on top At Dens Park with a 1 - 0 victory against the Accies. Kevin Holt fired the hosts' opener following Craig Wighton's cut-back and The Dundee fans took great delight in watching Parish save Dougie Imrie's spot-kick. Dundee have yet to secure a league victory or even a point for that matter. With consecutive defeats the talk of is of how long will Neil McCann remain in charge if the dark blues failed to pick up a win at the Hope CBD Stadium. Roadie Deacon looks set to make his long awaited comeback but will more than likely have to settle for a place on the bench. Benjamin Kallman looks set to play tomorrow despite coming off injured last week while the club are hoping that Josh Meekings and Sofien Moussa will be fit to make the trip. Kharl Madianga and Calvin Miller look set to miss out and will be joined by Kenny Miller who is serving the last game of his suspension. Head To Head In The League P138 W71 D31 L36 F238 A175 Home P68 W43 D14 L11 F133 A70 Away P70 W28 D17 L25 F105 A105 Records vs Hamilton Biggest Win: 6-1, New Douglas Park, December 3rd 2011 Biggest Defeat: 2-6, Douglas Park, August 22nd 1931 Highest Scoring Match: 7-3, Dens Park, May 9th 1987 Top League Goal Sorers: 1st: Davie Brown: 9 2nd: Billy Pirie: 7 3rd: Eric Sinclair: 6 Pay at the Gate Prices: Adult (18-65) – £22.00 Over 65, under 18 – £12.00 Disabled Supporters – £10.00 (Carer Free) View full match preview
  18. Just a heads up to All Dees travelling though, the game will be Pay at the Gate and no tickets will be required for this game. Prices for this game are as follows: Adult (18-65): £22.00 Over 65, under 18: £12.00 Disabled Supporters: £10.00 (Carer Free) Disabled Supporters can purchase from HAFC’s Ticket office (right hand side of main entrance in West Stand) prior to entering the stadium. Stadium Guide and Information for Hamilton.
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