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Paul Hartley Wants Dundee To Move On From Kilmarnock Disappointment


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Paul Hartley has promised to do everything in his power to ensure Dundee return to winning ways.

The Dark Blues fell down to seventh position in the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership with Saturday’s 2-1 loss at home to Kilmarnock.

Dundee made an impressive start to the new season and blew away Killie 4-0 on the opening day, but that early promise has taken a bit of a dip in recent weeks.

Hartley insists the only way they will correct things is by getting back to basics on the training ground ahead of next weekend’s trip to Inverness.

“We’ve got to pick ourselves up,†the Dundee boss said. “We can’t make out that we were anything but flat.

“It’s hard to explain why we were like that because we weren’t expecting it.

“Now it’s about moving on and our next game is away to Inverness.

“We’ve got to make sure we get a good result up there which is what everyone wants.

“The only way we’ll get it right is by putting the work in on the training ground.

“We’re fortunate to have a great bunch of players with the right attitude and we’ll be putting in the hard work, that’s for sure.â€

Meanwhile, Kilmarnock counterpart Gary Locke is sure his players won’t get carried away with their recent run of fine form which has saw them win four of their last six matches.

“This is all down to the boys,†he said. “It’s a real team effort which we recognise and we have to continue like that.

“That will happen because we’re all in this together.

“It’s that togetherness and working hard for each other which has got us to where we are now in recent weeks.

“But we can’t slacken off and that definitely won’t happen.

“The lads are realistic enough to know that and the know what needs to be done to keep things going.â€



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