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  1. TheDarkBlues

    Dundee 2 - 2 Kilmarnock

    Bachmann Saves late Miller Penalty! | Ladbrokes Premiership Kenny Miller was unable to earn Dundee a victory as his penalty kick was stopped late in the second half by Daniel Bachmann.
  2. TheDarkBlues

    Dundee 2 - 2 Kilmarnock

  3. The Dark Blues had taken the lead twice only for the Ayrshire team to draw level and for the last twenty-five minutes of this tie, were under pressure from the high flying Kilmarnock. Striker Andrew Nelson was undoubtedly the star of the show in a Dark Blue top with his double but his fellow strike partner Kenny Miller had a golden opportunity to steal the limelight from the young hitman when he was brought down in the Kilmarnock box following a quick counter attack from Dundee with seconds to spare. Miller stepped up but his tame strike was easily saved and with that, the referee blew his final whistle with both sides taking a share of the spoils. The draw did see Dundee open a three-point gap on bottom side St Mirren but Hamilton would go on to win their game pull three-points themselves from Dundee. The point gained by Dundee is a good one but following Saturdays result when Hamilton scored in the 91st minute to deny us a win and now missing the chance to win this tie right at the death, some may see this as four points dropped in the matter of days. Dundee manager Jim McIntyre however refuses to put any blame on Miller and feels his teams performance either side of half time were night and day with the draw perhaps a fair result.
  4. Who was your man of the match against Kilmarnock?
  5. How did you rate Jim McIntyre's team selection, substitutions and performance today?
  6. Your three word match report for the game against Kilmarnock.
  7. TheDarkBlues

    Kilmarnock 3 - 1 Dundee

  8. This is a Category B fixture and Ticket Information for this game is as follows: Prices for all area's of the ground are as follows: Adults: £24 Concessions: £16 Under 18's: £10 Family Area Priced tickets available in the Bobby Cox Stand, Rows A – Y, Seats 1 – 47 with prices as follows: Adult and One Child Under 12: £26 Two Adults and Two Children Under 12: £50 Additional Children Under 12: £2 *The Under 12 and Under 16 tickets can only be bought as part of a family group The ticket office is becoming increasingly busy on match-days and fans are encouraged to buy their tickets as early as possible. The ticket office is open from 10am on match-days. Tickets are available from the ticket office, in person or by phone on 01382 889966 (Option 1) or online A reminder that season tickets holders can claim two free tickets for any match throughout the season.
  9. The Dark Blues lose at home at home against Kilmarnock today. Dundee opened the scoring in the 10th minute when Nabi beat a few players to put the ball into the back of the net. Kilmarnock scored against the run of play, a Killie cross hit the heel of the Dundee defender and over the top of Parish. There was nothing both players could have done for that. Kilmarnock went 2 ahead after Cammy Kerr was judged to have brought down Jordan Jones in the box. Looked like a dive to me, but I wasn't the match official. Brophy stepped up and placed the spot kick past Parish. Kilmarnock were given a second penalty when Chris Burke was pushed by C Miller. ExDee Stewart stepped up but Parish pulled of a wonderful save to keep the scoreline down. In all honesty, Dundee huffed and puffed but never looked like scoring after that point. Dundee 1 - 2 Kilmarnock
  10. Steven McLean pointed to the spot after Jordan Jones went down in the Dundee box in the second half but video footage shows that no contact was made by Cammy Kerr and it was an incorrect decision. "We are told to watch our conduct at the side of the pitch, and it's a very emotional game we are involved in, management. We are told about our comments, how we conduct ourselves against the fourth (official), against the assistant, and the referee. "Referees, I am told, have to be certain it's a penalty. You can't make that decision if you're not certain. "And I've just watched it and there's no contact. It's a joke of a decision and it's a pivotal moment in the match, because again we have got to come from behind. "It's changed the whole outcome of that game, because it's asked us questions against a very, very structured, well-organised side under Steve Clarke. And I'm not taking anything away from them, they defended well. But it helps their cause, and they set up on the counter-attack. "But the decision is a disgrace and it's really hard right now to control my emotions. "I went over to Steven after the game and told him that he has to be sure. He just looked at me and I said he can't be sure to make that decision. Because I am looking at that from 50-60 yards away and I can see Jordan has gone down. "Now players can take a good touch in the box and they are waiting on contact, minimal contact, and they will go down. It doesn't take a lot. There is no contact. "The defining point for me is he told boys in my team that he has taken a dive. And that's pretty sore to take. "I asked the boy coming off himself. He just shook my hand, I shook his hand and asked him if he'd gone down, and he didn't answer me. But I don't know if he'd want to answer a manager. "It's really sore just now and I've told the boys I feel sorry for them because it's a horrible position to be in."
  11. UWTB1893

    League Preview: Kilmarnock

    After six straight defeats in the league, Dundee finally managed to pick up a win with a 2-0 victory away to Hamilton. The Dee ill be hoping that last Saturdays result will be a turning point for the team as they hope to lift themselves from the foot of the table. The Dark Blues may have rode their luck in the second half but they still managed to see out the game with a clean sheet and a goal in either half which will boost the confidence of the squad. Dundee will also have Roarie Deacon and Paul McGowan back for this tie which will give Neil McCann an welcomed headache of having options from the bench if he sticks to the same team from Saturday. Deacon made his first appearance this season when he came on as a substitute in the Hamilton victory and contributed for the second. Kenny Miller will also be available after he finished serving his two-match suspension. Kilmarnock are our next opponents and the Ayrshire team come to Dens on the back of a fine start to their season which has seen them collect thirteen points and sitting in fourth position in the league. With victories over teams such as Aberdeen and Celtic already and ex Dee Greg Stewart rekindling the form that he produced while at Dens, Killie will be hoping to come to Dundee to make it three wins on the trot and claiming second place in the table. Last Meeting: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee 13/02/18 Our last meeting with Kilmarnock came all the way back in February. Both teams were just a few points away from the play-off spot so a win for either would see a little breathing space between them and Partick Thistle. Killie drew first blood in the opening minutes when Eamonn Brophy netted the opener but Dundee would draw level on the half hour mark when Sofien Moussa slotted home from the penalty spot. The second half would have much more drama. Debutant Steven Caulker headed Dundee in front from a Roarie Deacon corner and then Gary Dicker was given his second yellow card of the game that seen Kilmarnock reduced to ten-men.There was chances for both sides but despite Dundee having the man advantage, it would be Killie that would see out the game as the winners. Kris Boyd curled home the equaliser then with minutes to go, Iain Wilson ran around 40-yards before banging home the winner despite protests of a foul in the build up to his winner for Kilmarnock's seventh consecutive win at home. League Head to Head Home P94 W48 D27 L19 F183 A102 Away P91 W20 D25 L46 F104 A154 Records vs Kilmarnock Biggest Win: 7-0, Dens Park, November 12th 1927 Biggest Defeat: 0-5, Rugby Park, March 19th 1921 Highest Scoring Match: 6-5, Dens Park, January 1st 1968 Top Goal Scorers 1st: Jocky Scott: 11 2nd: Davie Halliday: 7 3rd: Steven Milne: 7 Consecutive Goals Scored Nach Novo scored four goals in four consecutive matches against Killie from August 31st 2003 to May 8th 2004 Pay at the Gate Prices
  12. After six straight defeats in the league, Dundee finally managed to pick up a win with a 2-0 victory away to Hamilton. The Dee ill be hoping that last Saturdays result will be a turning point for the team as they hope to lift themselves from the foot of the table. The Dark Blues may have rode their luck in the second half but they still managed to see out the game with a clean sheet and a goal in either half which will boost the confidence of the squad. Dundee will also have Roarie Deacon and Paul McGowan back for this tie which will give Neil McCann an welcomed headache of having options from the bench if he sticks to the same team from Saturday. Deacon made his first appearance this season when he came on as a substitute in the Hamilton victory and contributed for the second. Kenny Miller will also be available after he finished serving his two-match suspension. Kilmarnock are our next opponents and the Ayrshire team come to Dens on the back of a fine start to their season which has seen them collect thirteen points and sitting in fourth position in the league. With victories over teams such as Aberdeen and Celtic already and ex Dee Greg Stewart rekindling the form that he produced while at Dens, Killie will be hoping to come to Dundee to make it three wins on the trot and claiming second place in the table. Last Meeting: Kilmarnock 3-2 Dundee 13/02/18 Our last meeting with Kilmarnock came all the way back in February. Both teams were just a few points away from the play-off spot so a win for either would see a little breathing space between them and Partick Thistle. Killie drew first blood in the opening minutes when Eamonn Brophy netted the opener but Dundee would draw level on the half hour mark when Sofien Moussa slotted home from the penalty spot. The second half would have much more drama. Debutant Steven Caulker headed Dundee in front from a Roarie Deacon corner and then Gary Dicker was given his second yellow card of the game that seen Kilmarnock reduced to ten-men.There was chances for both sides but despite Dundee having the man advantage, it would be Killie that would see out the game as the winners. Kris Boyd curled home the equaliser then with minutes to go, Iain Wilson ran around 40-yards before banging home the winner despite protests of a foul in the build up to his winner for Kilmarnock's seventh consecutive win at home. League Head to Head Home P94 W48 D27 L19 F183 A102 Away P91 W20 D25 L46 F104 A154 Records vs Kilmarnock Biggest Win: 7-0, Dens Park, November 12th 1927 Biggest Defeat: 0-5, Rugby Park, March 19th 1921 Highest Scoring Match: 6-5, Dens Park, January 1st 1968 Top Goal Scorers 1st: Jocky Scott: 11 2nd: Davie Halliday: 7 3rd: Steven Milne: 7 Consecutive Goals Scored Nach Novo scored four goals in four consecutive matches against Killie from August 31st 2003 to May 8th 2004 Pay at the Gate Prices View full match preview
  13. Gordon Greer scored for Kilmarnock as they came from behind to hold Dundee to a 1-1 draw in a fiery encounter at Rugby Park in the SPFL Ladbrokes Premiership. Faissal El Bakhtaoui scored an early opener for Neil McCann’s men in a game that saw tempers flare
  14. 10-man Dundee held on to take a point against Steve Clarke's Kilmarnock after a 0-0 draw at Dens Park in the SPFL Ladbrokes Premiership. Darren O'Dea was sent off for two yellow cards, while Eamonn Brophy came closest to scoring as he hit the bar in injury time.
  15. Dundee U20's face Kilmarnock u20's at links park tonight. 67. Jeremy Malherbe 2. Jesse Curran 3. Kevin Holt 4. Dan Jefferies 5. Jordan Piggott 6. Kerr Waddell 7. Craig Wighton 8. Lewis Spence 9. Cedwyn Scott 10. Jack Lambert 11. Calum Moore 12. Max Anderson 14. Brian Rice Good to see CW getting back to full fitness and playing again. Still no score yet
  16. TheDarkBlues

    Kilmarnock 3- 2 Dundee

  17. Dundee lose to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. Brophy scored in the 5th minute. Dundee equalised on the 31st minutes after scoring from the pen spot. Caulker made it 2-1 for Dundee. Boyd equalised in the 74th minute. 10 man Killie won in the 87th minute after fantastic solo Wilson goal. Kilmarnock 3 - 2 Dundee
  18. With just sixteen minutes left to play, the Dark Blues were ahead and looked good for the win with the man advantage but they surrendered the lead and eventually the points by allowing Killie to not only equalise by also grab the winner. "Only the players can explain why they're not doing their jobs properly," McCann said. "They've been told and they will be told repeatedly again that it's unacceptable. "We're 2-1 up and a man up, I've taken off a more attacking player for a defensive player, but for some unknown reason we can't manage that situation. "We've just got players running and I'm screaming at them from the touchline. We shouldn't lose that game." McCann was quick to point out that he felt Glen Kamara was fouled in the lead up to Kilmarnock’s winner but refused to blame the match official for Dundee throwing away the three points. "Glen Kamara is fouled right in front of us, Nick doesn't give it, and he waltzes through, the boy," McCann said. "I'm not happy with [the referee] not giving a free kick when Kamara was fouled. Other than that, both managers might have a few grumbles. [But] it wasn't the referee's faulty we lost the game."
  19. After seeing bottom of the table Ross County dismantle Dundee at Dens then gift wrapping the Scottish Cup tie to Motherwell last Saturday, the Dens men are looking to bounce back with a victory against in-form Kilmarnock to not only give themselves a major boost, but also the fans. Tonight’s opposition are going to prove a tough obstacle though. Since we last met Killie in the league nine games ago, they have won an impressive five, drawn two and only lost two. Something that Neil McCann is fulyl aware of. “They look as if they have a real understanding in how they play and a belief in what they are doing is right. The results certainly reflect that. “Steve has a way of playing and a structure and it has been really effective for them. Kilmarnock are a counter-attacking side who get really compact and then try to hit on the break. “So we have shaped up in a way that will allow us to play our own game but respect the opposition as we always do.” The Dark Blue fans could very well see the inclusion of surprise signing Steven Caulker in the defence for tonight. “Steven has a chance of playing but to what degree I’ll decide on that later,” said McCann “Josh Meekings is right on the edge as well. He was close on Saturday and he is even closer now. “However, Marcus Haber is out as he has hurt his back again. “Julen Etxabeguren and Matty Henvey are still out but the latter is making good progress and should return to training next Monday.”
  20. TheDarkBlues

    Dundee 0 - 0 Kilmarnock

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  21. Saturdays goalless draw may have been a drab affair for the punters that paid to get in but it did end Dundee’s recent run of defeats against an Ayrshire side who have recently turned the corner since the arrival of new manager Steve Clarke. He said: “I felt on Saturday, against a real good side in terms of their organisation to go away from home and get big results with Jones and Boyd up front, we contained them for a lot of the game. “We’re pleased with the point, I’m really happy for them because they’ve been working hard to keep a clean sheet. “Now we need to start building and scoring goals that get us three points rather than one.” Meanwhile, skipper Darren O’Dea is set to serve a two-match suspension after being given a red card near the end of Saturdays match with McCann confessing he had no complaints about his captain getting an early bath. So far this season in the league, O’Dea has picked up eight yellow and two red cards.
  22. TheDarkBlues

    Kilmarnock 0 - 1 Dundee

    Dundee made two changes from the team that won at Motherwell. Cammy Kerr and Faissal El Bakhtaoui came in for Nick Ross and Craig Wighton. Killie were unchanged after winning at Hamilton. The Dark Blues started confidently, dominating the midfield and moving the ball around inventively in the Killie half. The first goal threat came from a slick exchange down the right by Tom Hateley and Mark O’Hara, whose low cross was hacked clear from the goalmouth. Kilmarnock were careless in defence, bringing unnecessary pressure onto themselves by some poor distribution and loss of concentration. The Dark Blues ought to have taken the lead after 18 minutes when Faissal El Bakhtaoui’s crossfield pass found Mark O’Hara running into the box totally unmarked. He squared the ball to Marcus Haber, who had a better angle. Freddie Woodman should have been left with no chance, but pulled out an oustanding save from Haber’s shot from 10 yards. Kevin Gomis did send the ball into the net with a glancing header from Kevin Holt’s free kick. However, the assistant referee’s flag was up very quickly for what must have been a tight offside decision. Haber missed another great chance after superb play by El Bakhtaoui, who danced through the Killie defence before hitting a tempting cross to the near post where Haber smashed his header narrowly wide. The Dee camped out in the Kilmarnock half for the latter stages of the first half pressing and probing for the opening goal. Tom Hateley brought a good save from Woodman with a 30 yard free kick. Another fine move ended with Paul McGowan sending Cammy Kerr to the byline, but Killie scrambled the low cross away. In the first half Kilmarnock were largely reduced to long balls aimed at the experienced stiking pair of Kris Boyd and Connor Sammon. Dundee coped comfortably with that tactic and the only threat from a disjointed home side was the occasional long range pot shot that failed to trouble Scott Bain. Dundee took up in the second half as they had finished the first, sending in a wave of attacks at the goal in front of the travelling Dees. Cammy Kerr’s long distance run down the right was taking him into the penalty area till he was brought down by Greg Taylor. After offering no threat in front of goal Killie almost scored a freakish opener when Bain battered a backpass into the face of substitute Greg Kiltie and the ball rebounded across goal and to safety. Dundee were soon back on the attack and had a penalty claim when Darren O’Dea seemed to be held by Kristoffer Ajer as he tried to get on the end of a free kick. With the pressure mounting an El Bakhtaoui shot was deflected for a corner before, finally, after 54 minutes, the Dark Blues scored the goal their play merited. Kevin Holt played the ball down the left to Paul McGowan, whose diagonal run had taken him into space. A clever turn and perfect cross set up Marcus HABER to score with a powerful header from six yards, triggering huge celebrations in the away stand. Within a minute Killie centre back Gary Dicker went close with a glancing header from a free kick. The goal sparked Kilmarnock into life and they now looked far more dangerous opponents. The Dee had an escape when Kris Boyd’s misdirected header bounced up onto Kevin Gomis’s hand. Referee Mr Thomson decided the contact was purely accidental and waved play on. There was another scare when Kerr lost the ball to Jordan Jones, who wastefully sent his cross straight out of play instead of picking out a teammate. After riding that brief storm the Dark Blues settled into a long spell of pressure with Kilmarnock struggling to get out of their own half. The home side were losing shape and concentration as Dee players repeatedly found space with good passing and movement. It might have looked as if Dundee were being gifted easy possession, but this was a matter of hard work and discipline, not good luck. Mark O’Hara went close with a diving header from Tom Hateley’s dinked cross. He then saw a shot blocked, as did Kevin Holt, with the Dee turning the screw looking for a killer second goal. At the end of a fast break Haber could’t quite reach O’Hara’s cross to the far post. Killie had been hanging on by their finger tips, but came back strongly in the last 15 minutes. After 78 minutes Scott Bain pulled off the first of two unbelievable saves. Boyd headed the ball on for Kiltie whose header from six yards looked an absolutely certain goal. Astonishingly, Bain managed to react and touch the ball over the crossbar. Remarkably there will be some debate about whether that was the save of the day. Six minutes later Boyd’s low shot from 16 yards again seemed sure to find the net. It was heading just inside the post but Bain stretched out to tip the ball wide when he looked to have no chance of reaching it. Craig Wighton came on for El Bakhtaoui for the last 15 minutes, and Nick Ross then replaced McGowan as the Dee switched to a 4-5-1 formation to see the game out. With the very last touch of the ball Gary Dicker again headed wide from a corner. The referee immediately blew his whistle and the Dark Blues supporters rose to their feet and gave the players a massive and thoroughly deserved ovation. It might have been a narrow victory that required two top class saves, but there can be no dispute that the Dee were much the better side today. Their movement, passing, pressing and commitment gave them a real edge over Killie for most of the match. The Dark Blues could have tied up the points in an excellent first half, and it was no surprise when they scored the sort of well crafted goal that won the game. This win was a huge step away from the dreaded play-off spot and it was exactly the sort of committed team performance that Dundee supporters love to watch. The reaction of the fans at the end suggests that there will be a large and enthusiastic turnout next week for Neil McCann’s first match at Dens as manager. Kilmarnock FC 4-3-3 Woodman Hendrie, Dicker, Ajer, Taylor Wilson (Kiltie at half time), Smith, Longstaff Jones (Roberts 76), Boyd, Sammon Unused subs: MacDonald (gk), Graham, Hawkshaw, Osborne, Frizzell. Booked: Taylor (foul on Kerr). Dundee FC 4-4-1-1 Bain Kerr, Gomis, O’Dea (c), Holt O’Hara, Hateley, Vincent, El Bakhtaoui (Wighton 76) McGowan (Ross 84) Haber (Ojamaa 90+1) Unused subs: Ferrie (gk), Williams, Gadzhalov, Higgins. Booked: Gomis (foul on Jones). Attendance: 4,040. Referee: Craig Thomson. Assistants: David McGeachie, Andrew McWilliam. Fourth official: Scott Millar. Report: James Christie.
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