Partick Thistle 2 - 1 Dundee: Jags leave it late to secure first win

Miles Storey’s injury-time strike earned Partick Thistle their first Ladbrokes Premiership victory of the season after they came from behind to beat Dundee.

A general view of Dens Park, home of Dundee. Picture: SNS Group

Dundee to increase academy coaches as part of Project Brave bid

Dundee have announced plans to increase their team of youth academy coaches as part of their Project Brave bid.

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New Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke. Picture: SNS/Paul Devlin

6 things we learned from the Ladbrokes Premiership weekend

Domestic football returned after the international break and Celtic remain top on goal difference ahead of Aberdeen following their 1-0 win over Dundee at Parkhead on Saturday, while Partick Thistle slumped to the bottom after losing 2-0 at home to Kilmarnock.

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Callum McGregor fires the ball past Ross Laidlaw to rescue a point for Celtic. Picture: SNS.

Olivier Ntcham: ‘Celtic are not the same without Scott Brown’

Dundee might have run Celtic close on Saturday but they are not Bayern Munich. And Celtic won’t be Celtic this coming Wednesday. Or at least not the version put out by manager
Brendan Rodgers at the weekend, complete with multiple changes.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers with Dorus de Vries at full-time. Picture: SNS

Brendan Rodgers hails ‘excellent’ stand-in keeper Dorus de Vries

Brendan Rodgers praised Dorus de Vries after his back-up goalkeeper came in after more than a year out to help Celtic to a 1-0 home win over Dundee. With a view to the Champions League trip to Bayern Munich in midweek, Rodgers reshuffled his squad with the 36-year-old Dutchman back for the first time competitively since featuring against Kilmarnock in September, 2016.

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Patrick Roberts, right, says the Celtic squad is in buoyant mood ahead of their home clash with Dundee. Picture: SNS

Celtic feel no pressure in bid to extend unbeaten run

Celtic may have come within around ten minutes of losing their domestic invincibility under Brendan Rodgers last time out but Patrick Roberts insists the champions are feeling no pressure in their efforts to extend the remarkable sequence.


Rumour Mill: Brown will stay if Strachan does | St Johnstone striker blasts Caixinha | ex-Rangers star for Kilmarnock job?

Scott Brown will postpone his international retirement if Gordon Strachan remains in charge, Steven MacLean has fired back at Pedro Caixinha, and Gordon Petric is on the shortlist to replace Lee McCulloch at Kilmarnock.

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Scott Allan has gone under the knife. Picture: SNS

Scott Allan undergoes operation to fix ongoing injury

Dundee playmaker Scott Allan has undergone an operation to sort an ongoing groin injury.

Gordon Sawers, left, launched a tirade at Neil McCann during the match before labelling him a 'f***ing wee tadger' in a video posted the following day. Picture: Contributed/SNS Group

Kilmarnock fan Gordon Sawers gets 7-game ban for Neil McCann abuse

Kilmarnock fan Gordon Sawers, of expletive-laden video rant fame, has been slapped with a seven-match ban by the Rugby Park side - for an abusive tirade aimed at a visiting manager.

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Paul Hartley previously managed Dundee and Alloa Athletic. Picture: John Devlin

Paul Hartley becomes new manager of Falkirk

Paul Hartley has been confirmed as the new manager of Falkirk.

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Hearts striker Kyle Lafferty is challenged by Dundee's Kevin Holt. Pic: SNS

Hearts’ Christophe Berra goes ‘crazy’ over dithering at Dundee

Christophe Berra recently revealed that he had warned his team-mates to beware an angry Craig Levein. It was, he had apprised them, not a 
pretty sight.

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Kerr Waddell (34) was the hero for Dundee with a double. Picture: SNS Group

Dundee 2-1 Hearts: Last-gasp Waddell consigns Levein to first defeat

Dundee manager Neil McCann had considered taking Kerr Waddell off as he sussed out a way to rejig his team and try to force Hearts on to the backfoot.

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Hearts defender John Souttar is keen to keep learning under Craig Levein, inset. Picture: SNS.

Hearts’ Craig Levein hails Neil McCann’s bravery in job choice

Neil McCann has been praised for choosing to walk the walk instead of just talking the talk.

Young trio Jack Hendry, Cammy Kerr and Kerr Waddell have been regular starters for Neil McCann's side. Pictures: SNS Group

Dundee ‘have youngest starting line-up in Britain’

Dundee manager Neil McCann has taken encouragement from a survey which showed they had Britain’s youngest starting line-up - but he has vowed not to throw young players in for the sake of it.

Dundee's Jack Hendry goes flying after a challenge from Calum Waters. Picture: SNS

Dundee boss Neil McCann laments ‘stupid rule’ after ‘car crash’ tackle

Dundee boss Neil McCann has hit out at a “stupid rule” regarding players leaving the pitch after they’ve been fouled.


Rumour Mill: Division in Rangers dressing room | Plymouth drop Celtic striker | Derby eye Dunfermline star

Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has accused his home-based players of failing to make the foreign signings feel welcome at the club, Celtic striker Nadir Ciftci has been dropped by his loan club Plymouth Argyle, and Derby County are chasing Dunfermline starlet Ryan Williamson.

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Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones in action against Cammy Kerr. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

Kilmarnock 1 - 1 Dundee: Killie rue Boyd’s late miss

Kilmarnock captain Gordon Greer atoned for his early blunder by rescuing a point against Dundee.


Rumour Mill: Rodgers ‘wanted to sign Rangers player’ | Gers legend warns Caixinha | Sutton/Gordon rift intensifies

Brendan Rodgers admits he wanted to sign current Rangers midfielder Graham Dorrans for Swansea; John Brown warns Pedro Caixinha to buck up his ideas for Old Firm clash and Chris Sutton brands Craig Gordon ‘thin-skinned’

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Celtic's Anthony Ralston and Dundee's Kevin Holt battle for possession. Picture: SNS

Five things we learned from Dundee 0 - 4 Celtic

Craig Fowler gives his take as Celtic march into the semi-finals of the Betfred Cup.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers celebrates after the 4-0 victory over Dundee. Picture: Jeff Holmes/PA Wire

Celtic hopeful Moussa Dembele, Jozo Simunovic fit for Ibrox

Brendan Rodgers admitted his Celtic players took their foot off the gas as they cruised into the semi-finals of the Betfred Cup with a 4-0 win at Dundee.

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