Dundee scrap plan to play Celtic in US

Dundee have admitted their American dream of playing a league match against Celtic in Philadelphia has died following confirmation of the latest set of live television fixtures.

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Paul Hartley has watched his side improve over recent weeks after a dreadful start. Picture: SNS

Why Dundee deserve a Grade C- for their season so far

Joel Sked breaks down the season thus far for every team in our series of Ladbrokes Premiership mid-term report cards.

Scott Sinclair has been an excellent addition for Celtic. Picture: John Devlin

Marks out of 10 for every Scottish Premiership signing so far

Through a series of 12 seperate articles, Craig Fowler rated and reviewed every single singing made by Scottish Premiership clubs this season prior to the January transfer window.

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West Ham United were said to be interested in the Celtic striker. Picture: SNS

Rumour Mill: No West Ham bid for Dembele | Rangers to wait on Toral deal | Hearts star to MK Dons

West Ham United have not made a £20million offer for Moussa Dembele, contrary to reports; transfer target Jon Toral tells Rangers they’ll have to wait for his signature, and Robbie Neilson is planning to raid his old club Hearts for attacker Robbie Muirhead.

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Ivorian midfielder Kouassi Eboue in Glasgow for signing talks. Picture: SNS

Rumour Mill: Eboue in Glasgow for Celtic talks | Rangers linked with Daniels | Hearts striker to Japan

Kouassi Eboue has travelled to Glasgow to hold talks with Celtic over a potential £2.8million move to the Scottish champions, Rangers have been linked with Scunthorpe goalkeeper Luke Daniels, and Hearts striker Juanma could be set to exit the club on a permanent basis with a move to Japan.

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Despite originally looking like a panic buy, Marcus Haber has been an inspired signing by Paul Hartley. Picture: SNS

Dundee signings: How every recruit has fared this season

As Scottish Premiership clubs enter the January transfer window, Craig Fowler looks back upon their business so far this season and ranks every signing out of ten.

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Paul Hartley scored against Slovenia 12 years ago and is confident Scotland can beat them again in March. Picture: SNS.

Paul Hartley retains high hopes for Scotland and Scott Brown

Paul Hartley’s solitary goal for Scotland was worth savouring. A delicate, curled chip into the far corner, it sealed a win over Slovenia for Walter Smith’s side 12 years ago.

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Scott Brown has said he will make a decision on his Scotland future after the winter break. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Paul Hartley: Scott Brown entitled to be picky over Scotland

Scott Brown has promised to make a decision about his Scotland future during the winter break and former team-mate Paul Hartley believes the midfielder has earned the right to be selective.

Lee Wallace and Ali Crawford have both been in excellent form this term. Picture: John Devlin

The 2016/17 Scottish Premiership team of the season (so far)

Once again, BT’s pre-match Scottish Football Extra show descended into wonderfully, entertaining squabbling as each of Chris Sutton, Michael Stewart and Stephen Craigan chose their team of the season so far.

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Jota of Brentford has been linked with Rangers.  Picture: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images

Craig Fowler’s guide to what your club needs in January

The window is open but what will the managers of the 12 Ladbrokes Premiership clubs be buying in the January sales?

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St Johnstones Brian Easton, left, and Faissal El Bakhtaoui of Dundee engage in an aerial duel. Picture: SNS.

Dundee grant Paul Hartley’s New Year wish against St Johnstone

Dundee manager Paul Hartley believes his team are heading into 2017 in fine fettle after blowing away St Johnstone at Dens Park on New Year’s Eve.

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Kostadin Gadzhalov, second right, celebrates scoring Dundees second goal. Picture: Kenny Smith/SNS

Dundee 3 - 1 St Johnstone: Dark Blues on a high

It seems not so long ago that Dundee dreaded the prospect of playing at home. Now, though, they’re turning Dens Park into the fortress they once craved.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton shouts instruction from the touchline as Andy Halliday and Kieran Tierney challenge for the ball during the William Hill Scottish Cup- Semi-Final. Picture: Ian Rutherford.

Rumour Mill: Old Firm derby latest|Rangers ‘have no matchwinners’|New faces for Hearts

It’s Old Firm derby day and Brendan Rodgers says the whole of Scotland should be proud of the clash. Meanwhile Andy Halliday suggests Rangers have no matchwinning players and Chris Sutton may raise an eyebrow or two with his team of the year.

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Kris Doolan, left, puts Partick Thistle two goals to the good. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle 2 - 0 Dundee: Thistle move into top six

Partick Thistle’s first home league victory for over four months hoisted them into sixth position, less than a week after they had been propping up the Premiership table.

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Dundee striker Craig Wighton

Craig Wighton knows he must add goals to his game at Dundee

Dundee forward Craig Wighton
has targeted more goals after establishing himself as a 
first-team regular.

Martyn Waghorn is back in form ahead of the New Year. Picture: SNS

The 12 Premiership players set for an interesting 12 months

The emergence of Kieran Tierney, the revitalisation of Danny Swanson, the demise of Alim Ozturk and the importance of Kenny Miller, 2016 has been an interesting year for many top-flight talents.

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Ian Cathro expected his first win would have come before now. Picture: SNS

Ian Cathro: ‘Roof will come off’ as he seeks first Hearts win

The demolition of the old main stand at Tynecastle is scheduled to start after the last home game of the season but Ian Cathro plans to ensure Hearts save on the cost of a wrecking ball.

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Dundees Canadian striker Marcus Haber runs away to celebrate his winner while Hearts Liam Smith hides his face in frustration. Picture: Kenny Smith/SNS

Ian Cathro vows to learn from Hearts defeat in Dundee

Ian Cathro has admitted Hearts threw away the chance to earn a first victory of his tenure
on a painful night on Tayside for the young head coach.

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Dundee's Darren O'Dea celebrates his goal. Picture: Kenny Smith/SNS

Dundee 3 - 2 Hearts: Tynecastle side blow two-goal lead

Ian Cathro was mugged in his hometown on a dismal night for Hearts. The new head coach was seeking some succour and looked to have found it as Hearts took a commanding two-goal lead.

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Hearts' Jamie Walker was always confident he would have his yellow card rescinded. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Hearts’ Jamie Walker relieved to be cleared of Ibrox ‘dive’

Jamie Walker said he was relieved to be cleared when his recent yellow card for allegedly diving at Ibrox was rescinded.

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