Cody Cooke says St Mirren are on a roll that could spare them the pain of relegation.
St Mirren boss Oran Kearney has warned play-off rivals Dundee United his side have definitely improved since their last meeting.
Substitute Cody Cooke scored a hat-trick as St Mirren did their bit by beating Dundee 3-2 at Dens Park – but it was not enough to spare Oran Kearney’s side from the relegation play-offs.
Retiring Dundee defender Darren O’Dea was left with a red face when his final match ended after just 19 minutes as he was sent off against St Mirren.
Paul McGowan has told Dundee chief John Nelms the answer to his managerial conundrum is sitting under his nose in the shape of James McPake.
Cody Cooke insists there is more excitement than pressure at St Mirren ahead of the crunch Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Dundee on Saturday.
James McPake claims putting his name forward for the Dundee manager’s job would be disrespectful given the debt he owes to the club.
Dundee managing director John Nelms claims he had no choice but to sack boss Jim McIntyre after watching his relationship with the Dens Park support turn “toxic”.
Former Dundee captain James McPake will take the team for their final Ladbrokes Premiership game following the sacking of Jim McIntyre.
Rangers beat Ladbrokes Premiership champions Celtic 2-0 at Ibrox in the penultimate round of fixtures this season.
Jim McIntyre has been sacked as Dundee manager following the club’s review of their relegation from the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Livingston manager Gary Holt admits Craig Halkett has probably played his last game for the club.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre insists he is not fearing for his job ahead of his scheduled meeting with managing director John Nelms on Monday.
Kenny Miller’s first-half goal was enough to earn relegated Dundee their first win in three months in a tame end-of-season affair at Livingston.
Jim McIntyre backed himself to repeat his second-tier success with Dundee as he awaits the outcome of the club’s annual review.
The top and bottom places of the Ladbrokes Premiership were both decided this weekend, with two matches still left to play.
Dundee again failed to offer any public assurances over manager Jim McIntyre’s future after the club’s relegation was confirmed by a 1-0 home defeat by Hamilton.
Tony Andreu’s late penalty consigned Dundee to relegation and put Hamilton firmly in the driving seat to avoid a play-off.
Scott Wright will not be following Dundee through the Ladbrokes Premiership trapdoor if they go down – but that will not stop the Aberdeen youngster from giving his all to the Dens Park cause.
Jim McIntyre insists he “absolutely” expects to be Dundee manager next season – even if his side lose their fight for Ladbrokes Premiership survival.