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  1. Make no doubt about it, the 2-1 score line flattered the tangerines. Dundee should have won this by a canter. After a disappointing display and result on Saturday against Ross County, this was the perfect tonic for the Dark Blues who from the get go, were impressive all over the pitch. By the time we eventually went ahead thanks to a screamer from El Bakhtaoui, we should have been three or four goals to the good. Despite United levelling the score against the run of play and giving us a few nervy moments, we would score the winner in the 64th minute from a fine and very rare goa
  2. Dundee 1 Aberdeen 2. League Cup tie from Dens Park, 30/11/83. Att: 11,019. Dundee must win to qualify, That looked tough when McGhee scored his 100th Dons goal with a cross-shot which Geddes might have saved. Aberdeen: McGhee and Bell. Dundee: Cammy Frazer
  3. Dundee 1 Aberdeen 2. League Cup tie from Dens Park, 30/11/83. Att: 11,019. Dundee must win to qualify, That looked tough when McGhee scored his 100th Dons goal with a cross-shot which Geddes might have saved. Aberdeen Scorers McGhee (18) and Bell (46).
  4. Worryingly for the Dee, they failed to register a single shot on target against part-time Peterhead in a frustrating afternoon for both the fans and players. James McPake missed this match due to the birth of his new-born so Assistant Jimmy Nicholl and first team coach Dave Mackay took to the dugout with the latter less than pleased with the performance. "It was pretty poor to be honest," said Mackay. “The only positives you take is that we got a bonus point, a clean sheet and Finn Robertson in the middle of the park - I thought he was excellent for a 16-year-old. "I would
  5. LEEDS & DUNDEE – THE FAIREST OF CITIES Dundee had already reached the League Cup final that season and gone down in heroic fashion to the all-conquering Celtic by an amazing 3-5, and this early season form was perhaps an indication of what was to come later that season in Europe! Dundee found themselves in the semis after a great run, taking the scalps of DWS Amsterdam, Royal Liege and FC Zurich on the way with an outstanding performance in Liege being the highlight - a 4-1 victory with ALL FOUR goals being scored by the great unpredictable, George 'Dandy' McLean evoking memories
  6. LEEDS & DUNDEE – THE FAIREST OF CITIES Dundee had already reached the League Cup final that season and gone down in heroic fashion to the all-conquering Celtic by an amazing 3-5, and this early season form was perhaps an indication of what was to come later that season in Europe! Dundee found themselves in the semis after a great run, taking the scalps of DWS Amsterdam, Royal Liege and FC Zurich on the way with an outstanding performance in Liege being the highlight - a 4-1 victory with ALL FOUR goals being scored by the great unpredictable, George 'Dandy' McLean evoking memories
  7. Lawrence Shankland opened the scoring after the Dundee defence were unable to clear their lines from an Ayr United goal kick. Substitute Sofien Moussa was then sent off after a second bookable offence following a 15 minute cameo and the opposition took full advantage of this when Shankland added a second. Our misery was further compounded when Moffat got in on the act to smack home a third in a day to forget for everyone associated with Dundee "The result flattered us," said McCann. "It’s Difficult to put my finger on it. It’s not often in management or playing in football
  8. Back in them days, the semi-final was contested over two legs and the first happened at Somerset Park on November the 5th between the Division One sides. 6,801 supporters witnessed Dundee take the lead through Eric Sinclair and it would require a late equaliser from Bobby Connor to give Ayr a draw against a Dundee side that had been struck down with a flu virus. Dundee manager Donald Mackay described the dressing room at half-time, “like a casualty clearing station.” MacKay also said after the match: “We wanted a good result in the 1st leg of the Bell’s League Cup semi-final at
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. The first set of fixtures will take place on the weekend of July 14th. Fixtures and TV dates will be announced next week.
  18. Although the Dee had to rely on a desperately late winner from Peter MacDonald they dominated throughout a highly entertaining game and should have had the tie sown up long before the end of normal time. Iain Campbell gave Forfar the lead with a penalty shortly before half time. Jim McAlister equalised shortly after the break. Kevin McBride was then sent off. The Dee were well on top but they couldn't grab a second goal before extra time when Forfar defender Stuart Malcolm was ordered off. Dundee passed up numerous chances, but eventually secured a deserved win in injury time of extra time wit
  19. “I have no complaints.” Said the Dundee manager. “I think Celtic were worthy winners and I’m not going to say that they were not. “I do have a complaint about the third goal because we should have had a freekick. “I did think the first goal was a penalty and there was contact, although I’d like to see it again. “Up until that point I felt we were containing Celtic and they weren’t opening us up too much. “On the whole, though, I can have no complaints about the result.” Despite the result, McCann was able to see some positives from the defeat. “Listen, I don’t si
  20. They say you can only beat the teams that are put in front of you and that was the feeling when this cup draw was made after the Dundee Derby win in the previous round. With Celtic remaining unbeaten in fifty-five domestic matches, their run has to come to an end soon. Could Dundee be that team? We spoke to Facebook page 'Read Celtic' and gathered their views on last season's impressive 'Invincibles' campaign and if they feel the team can do the same tis year along with this summers transfer activity, players we should watch out for excluding the obvious and who they feel can cause some fea
  21. 'This match will be all ticket and ticket will initially be available to season ticket holders from Monday 21st August at 10am either online*, at the ticket office in person or by phone on 01382 767039. Season ticket holders seats will be kept till 3pm on Saturday September 2nd *Season ticket holders who book online may be charged incorrect fees. We are working with our ticketing partner Tickets.com to resolve this issue, in the meantime the club will identify any incorrect fees and arrange for them to be refunded Tickets will go on general sale on Monday 28th August at 10am Home fan
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