Dundee manager Neil McCann claimed his players did not deserve their latest “gut-wrenching” defeat, which left them bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
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Dundee manager Neil McCann was “absolutely livid” and insisted there was no contact on Jordan Jones after the winger won a hotly-disputed penalty that earned Kilmarnock victory on Tayside.
Neil McCann insists he remains under pressure despite seeing Dundee finally put some points on the board.
Neil McCann hopes his Dundee side have reached a turning point after finally picking up their first win of the season.
Dundee manager Neil McCann is eyeing a run of “winnable games” as the club keep faith in his stewardship.
Celtic slipped up at Kilmarnock while Rangers racked up their biggest top-flight home win since May 2012.
Neil McCann insists he is still the man to turn Dundee around, but will not be seeking assurances over his job from Dens Park chief John Nelms.
Perfectionist Steven Gerrard has told Rangers he wants more despite seeing them hammer Dundee 4-0.
Dundee manager Neil McCann has told fans he shares their disappointment over their start to the season – but insists his team will come good.
Celtic moved up to second place in the Ladbrokes Premiership after dominating Rangers in the opening Old Firm contest of the new season.
Stephen Robinson poured praise on his Motherwell players for their dazzling display to beat Dundee.
Dundee manager Neil McCann insists winning is everything when Motherwell visit on Saturday.
Kenny Miller would not rule out carrying on playing at the end of his two-year Dundee contract.
Hearts remain the only team in the Ladbrokes Premiership with a 100 per cent record following their win over Kilmarnock.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has hit back at suggestions he is under pressure following last weekend’s shock defeat to Ayr.
New Dundee captain Josh Meekings has thanked under-fire boss Neil McCann for trusting him with the armband.
Ayr manager Ian McCall declared Robbie Crawford the “best kept secret in Scottish football” after seeing his side coast past Dundee in the Betfred Cup last-16.
Neil McCann fears he may be priced out of finding the striker he needs to sort Dundee’s shot-shy attack.
Derek McInnes has told the rest of his Aberdeen side to take a leaf out of substitute Bruce Anderson’s book.
Neil McCann insists there is “nothing happening” in relation to a deal bringing Lawrence Shankland to Dens Park.