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News:McIntyre Still Confident He Can Lead Dundee To Safety

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States the bleeding obvious apart from admitting the team selection had all fans bewildered.

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Surley the games before the split are huge too...

Could be 5 points from safety come Sat..

post split matches wont really matter then

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Safety??? 😂😂😂😂😂😂

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He should not even still be at club to give interview!

He has to go!

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Every manager says they are confident that can turn things round just before they are sacked

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FFS deluded 

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i'm worried that he thought last night was a reaction to Saturday? only reaction i see is an allergic reaction to putting the ball in the net

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If McIntyre admitted that we're doomed to relegation under him I imagine he could be fired without a pay-off.

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He’s lost the plot 

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I guess the question is what is his plan? He has the same players, although he could shuffle the pack a little. He knows the opposition, we have had little or no success against Aberdeen,(0 points) Motherwell (0 Points), St Mirren (1 point), St Johnstone (0 Points) only LIvingston (3 points) and Hamilton (7 points) have netted decent returns. Understanding he says things have to change, but what is the change? This is why we need a someone else making the decisions in the last 6 games, nothing to lose. Even if we beat Hamilton and Livie, it won't be enough.

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