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Dundee 2 - 1 St Johnstone: Late Moussa header earns vital win

They admitted as much beforehand and their ultimate reaction proved that this was indeed all about revenge for Dundee.

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Neil McCann, left, has stirred things up once more between him and St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright. Pictures: SNS Group

Neil McCann: Tommy Wright is “not welcome” at Dens Park

Neil McCann’s feud with Tommy Wright looks set to continue after he claimed the St Johnstone boss “was not welcome” at Dens Park.

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Successful appeal: Dundee boss Neil McCann. Picture: SNS Group

Dundee boss Neil McCann has touchline ban halved after SFA appeal

Dundee manager Neil McCann has had his two-match ban reduced to one after an appeal to the Scottish Football Association.

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The SPFL and Police Scotland have been keen to avoid Celtic clinching the Premiership title against Rangers due to fears of crowd trouble. Picture: John Devlin

Celtic versus Rangers title decider still on the cards

The Scottish Professional Football League and Police Scotland are braced for a potential title decider between Celtic and Rangers despite orchestrated attempts to ensure this is not the case.

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Rangers’ Andy Halliday hopes he has won a Scottish Cup place

An exile in South Caucasus at the start of the season, Andy Halliday intends to become a hero in Mount Florida by the end of it.

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Kenny Miller celebrates his opener with Greg Docherty. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Rangers 4 - 0 Dundee: Gers hit four in comfortable victory

Rangers returned to winning ways – and second place – just in time for next weekend’s Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Celtic. Whether they returned to form is another question.

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Fabian Caballero says playing for Dundee provided him with the happiest days of his career. Picture: Malcolm Irving

Happy memories as Fabian Caballero returns to Dundee

After a week where he has been measured up for a kilt, declared his intention to change his name to “MacCaballero” and travelled on a supporters’ bus to see Dundee draw 0-0 with Celtic, we might suspect someone expert in courting the popular vote.

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In pictures: Former EPL stars who failed to make their mark in Scottish football

To the surprise of no one, Chris Eagles left Ross County yesterday. The former Manchester United winger only arrived in Dingwall in late November, but he had already dropped out of the first-team picture and hadn’t played since January.

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Craig Gordon returned for Celtic in the 0-0 draw against Dundee after two months sidelined with injury.

Craig Gordon completes clean-sheet century for Celtic

Brendan Rodgers last night saluted Craig Gordon’s 100th clean sheet for Celtic which soothed his frustration at his team’s failure to break down Dundee in a goalless stalemate.

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Dundee's impressive Steven Caulker challenges Celtic's Scott Sinclair. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Celtic 0 - 0 Dundee: Steven Caulker proves his worth

Time will tell just how valuable this hard-earned point Dundee gained at the home of the champions-elect will prove to be but the wisdom of their decision to hold onto the services of Steven Caulker was clear to see.

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Hearts and Hibs will meet for the final time at Tynecastle after the split. Picture: SNS

SPFL confirm post-split fixtures will be announced next week

The SPFL have confirmed post-split fixtures for the Ladbrokes Premiership will be announced early next week.

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Leigh Griffiths hopes best is yet to come after solving injury woes

Leigh Griffiths believes his best form in a Celtic jersey is still ahead of him after finding what he hopes will be a permanent solution to his disruptive injury problems.

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Steven Caulker in action for Dundee. Picture: SNS

Dundee reject £2million bid for Steven Caulker from Rosenborg

Dundee have rejected what would be a club record fee for defender Steven Caulker, according to manager Neil McCann.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic eye German striker | Graeme Murty receives backing | Rangers star doubtful for semi

Borussia Dortmund are interested in Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer, Jamie Murphy has backed under pressure Rangers boss Graeme Murty, and Josh Windass is a doubt for his side’s Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Celtic.

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Dundee manager Neil McCann. Picture: SNS

Neil McCann: Hearts draw can inspire Dundee against Old Firm

Neil McCann believes earning a point against Hearts can inspire Dundee to greater things as they prepare for successive trips to face Celtic and Rangers.

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Sofien Moussa scores to make it 1-1. Picture: SNS

Dundee 1 - 1 Hearts: Craig Levein glad of point

Failure to win when victory would have secured a top-six place and after opening the scoring in two minutes would normally incur displeasure, but Craig Levein seemed content in the knowledge Hearts have played far better and lost.

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Paul McGowan admits to having the same fiery nature as Neil McCann. Picture: SNS.

‘Big Moussa must think I’m nuts’ says Dundee’s Paul McGowan

Paul McGowan shares his manager Neil McCann’s burning passion, and insists they will need that exact quality to ensure Dundee’s Premiership safety in the weeks ahead.

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Celtic's Callum McGregor impressed in Scotland's double-header against Costa Rica and Hungary. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers tells Alex McLeish to get up to speed

It is tempting to see a ‘tartanising’ of the side as underpinning Scotland’s transformation across Alex McLeish’s first two games. Brendan Rodgers believes that temptation should be resisted. For the Celtic manager, the difference in standard between the defeat at home by Costa Rica and the win in Hungary was personnel and not place of residence.

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Hearts manager Craig Levein praised Dundee counterpart Neil McCann for learning the job in the spotlight and revealed he wants to make Steven Naismith's loan deal permanent. Picture: Bruce White/SNS

Craig Levein praises Neil McCann for learning ropes in public glare

Craig Levein’s inconspicuous apprenticeship at Cowdenbeath was invaluable to his development as a manager. The current Hearts boss claimed yesterday that even the local journalist sometimes neglected to report on the fortunes of the Blue Brazil.

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