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  1. Well it is coming up to that time of year again... The big kick off (Later due to Covid and SPFL). This thread is to discuss/laugh/greet about our Championship Rivals, their transfers, games, players (You get the point). To start it off with this little wonderful gem and well done Wighton!
  2. James McPake looking for better performances from senior players this weekend at Morton.
  3. Match highlights from Saturday's 1-0 win over Dundee at Cappielow with the winning goal coming from a header by Peter Grant.
  4. Dundee were hosts to Morton tonight. The first half was a bit of a battle between both teams, with either side having a few chances on goal. Hemmings opened the scoring in the 63th minute and few moments later, Morton were all square with a Salkfield goal. Super sub Ness came on in the 75th minute and scored the winning goal in the 80th minute. It wasn't pretty but it was three points to the Dee. Dundee 2 - 1 Morton
  5. How did you rate James McPake's team selection, substitutions and performance today?
  6. The Dark Blues will host David Hopkins Greenock Morton for this Friday's evenings Ladbrooke's Championship tie at the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park at 7:05pm. This game will be live on BBC Scotland at 7:00pm. The last times these two teams met were on 21st September, and the Dees were beaten 1 - 0 after Peter Grant headed on the stroke of half time for the home side. Morton are currently sitting in 8th place in the Championship table and were beaten 3 - 2 by Mark Kerr's Ayr United last Tuesday night. Jim McAlister and John Sutton will be faces which most Dees will recognise as the
  7. The reserves play in the reserve cup against Morton today, both Johnson and Nelson in the starting line-up.
  8. James McPake heads to Morton this Saturday and is looking for two wins back to back.
  9. The Dark Blues lose away to Morton after having plenty of chances but failed to find the back of the net. Grant heads Cadden's free-kick past Hamilton's right hand post on the stroke of half time. Morton 1 - 0 Dundee
  10. Dundee were unchanged after last week's win, so Cammy Kerr kept his place at right back and Gary Irvine had to take a place on the bench. The Dark Blues had the better of a scrappy first half, but couldn't turn pressure into good chances. There was the odd neat passing move, but the pressure on the home goal came mainly from Morton's sloppiness rather than the Dee's slickness. The pattern for the first half was set by three Dundee corners in the first three minutes. Dundee racked up one corner after another throughout the half, but only tested home keeper Gaston from one; Peter MacDo
  11. Paul Hartley made one change from last week's disappointing defeat against Cowdenbeath. Carlo Monti dropped out and Christian Nadé came in for his first appearance at Dens Park. The Dark Blues took up an aggressive 4-4-2 formation, with Boyle and McAlister pushing in from the flanks and both full backs galloping forward to provide width. Dundee's hard working pressing in the Morton half made life difficult for the Morton defence, who did themselves no favours by repeatedly dallying on the ball. Christian Nadé nearly snatched an eary goal when he robbed Cole 30 yards out. He dribbled round
  12. Dee go top! John Brown made a single change from last week's cup defeat against Raith Rovers; Craig Beattie came in for young Craig Wighton who moved to the bench. He was joined there by Leighton McIntosh making his first appearance of the season in a first team squad. Little happened in a cagey first 15 minutes, but once the Dark Blues scored they took charge and the home side fell right out of contention. Morton lost the ball too easily from a throw inside their own half. MacDonald flicked the ball on to release BEATTIE who ran on to round keeper Caraux and score. The ball struck M
  13. Not surprisingly Dundee fielded an unchanged line-up after Tuesday's improved performance gainst Inverness. The pitch was perfect, the sun was shining and it was a beautiful day to watch the beautiful game. The match didn't quite live up to the setting in the first half hour as Dundee struggled to turn impressive build up play into clear chances. For all Dundee's early pressing and pressure they didn't force Morton keeper Caraux to get his strip dirty. A dangerous low Beattie cross was turned out for a corner, and Rae fired over from 20 yards. However, the Dee's crossing and final passes
  14. Morton haven't lost an away game in any competition this season, but that impressive run came to a crunching halt as Dundee went nap with goals from Jim McAlister, Lewis Toshney, Colin Nish, John Baird and Declan Gallagher. Michael Tidser's first half equaliser allowed the visitors to reach half time on level terms, but they were blown away in a devastating four goal second half. The only change to the Dundee line-up was the return of Kevin McBride in place of the cup tied Gary Harkins. McBride played at the base of a four man midfield diamond with Davidson and McAlister in front of him.
  15. After an indifferent start Dundee took the lead with a Ryan Conroy penalty after 15 minutes. Conroy grabbed an opportunist second early in the second half, and after Morton's Weatherson received a straight red card Dundee saw out the game in full control. The first 15 minutes was a messy affair with neither side able to build fluent moves. Morton's defence looked vulnerable when the Dee did manage to attack them, and made life difficult for themselves by their inability to clear when under pressure. Dundee took the lead when Morton gave away a careless penalty. They failed to clear t
  16. Dundee were a long way short of the dominant form they've shown over the last couple of months. However, they still played some good football today, but the ball just wouldn't fall for them in penalty area scrambles and they lacked the composure that would surely have created match winning chances. The best chance of all was a penalty at the start of the second half, but Dominic Cervi's marvellous save rescued Morton. Nicky Riley returned from suspension and Ross Chisholm stepped in as a straight replacement for the suspended Stephen O'Donnell. Morton were set up to play an adve
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