Derek McInnes: Respect my decision to stay at Aberdeen

Derek McInnes last night poured scorn on the suggestion he shrank from the challenge of managing Rangers.

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Dundee's Cammy Kerr (L) and Aberdeen's Adam Rooney vie for the ball. Picture: SNS Group

Five things we learned from Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen

After 48 hours of uncertainty, Derek McInnes was in the dugout for Aberdeen’s visit to the City of Discovery to take on Dundee. Here are five things we learned...

Scott McKenna celebrates scoring the only goal of the game - his first for Aberdeen. Picture: SNS Group

Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen: Dons show no ill effects of McInnes saga

Aberdeen welcomed Derek McInnes back with a hard-fought victory. The Pittodrie manager has experienced an agonising week and his side endured an uncomfortable close to the match as Dundee piled on late pressure.

Aberdeen fans poke fun at Rangers with banner at Dundee match

Aberdeen fans poke fun at Rangers with banner at Dundee match

Cheeky Aberdeen fans poked fun at Rangers, and specifically the statement released on Thursday night, as they travelled to Dundee for the Friday night fixture against the Dark Blues.

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The South Enclosure (far left) will be closed for tonight's match. Picture: SNS Group

Dundee forced to close stand for Aberdeen clash after ‘water issue’

Dundee have been forced to close one stand for their match with Aberdeen at Dens Park this evening.

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Within minutes of Glen Kamaras first training session, it was obvious Dundee had the right man. Picture: SNS

The previously unknown Dundee star who’s been the signing of the summer

There was no shortage of high-profile names and familiar faces making transfer headlines in Scottish football this past summer.

Lewis Morgan has impressed for St Mirren this season. Picture: SNS

Celtic eye January moves for two promising SPFL talents

Celtic are considering making January moves for St Mirren winger Lewis Morgan and Jack Hendry of Dundee, according to reports.

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Dundee's Jack Hendry (left) chases down the ball while under pressure from Ross County's Craig Curran. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Ross county 0 - 2 Dundee: Staggies downed by fine Dees

Owen Coyle has placed great importance on making Ross County’s Dingwall ground intimidating again, the kind of place a visiting player might mumble darkly about on the eve of a match. By and large, in his first weeks in charge, he succeeded.


Rumour Mill: Hearts boss attacks ‘hysterical’ Michael Stewart | Rangers and Celtic want Dundee defender | Clubs ‘jealous’ of Celtic

Craig Levein complains to the BBC over Michael Stewart’s comments and Rangers and Celtic both eye a move for Dundee defender Jack Hendry.

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Rumour Mill: Betfred Cup final penalty controversy | Graeme Murty set to remain | Allan happy to silence Rangers fans

All of the reactions from yesterday’s Betfred Cup final to Celtic’s controversy penalty call, Graeme Murty is set to remain as Rangers boss for the double-header with Aberdeen, and Scott Allan was pleased to silence jeering Rangers fans.

Ryan Jack admits that he and his Rangers team-mates deserved to be booed by their fans. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Ryan Jack: We deserved to be booed after embarrassing defeat

Ryan Jack admits the Rangers support were right to let rip after the Ibrox side put in another “embarrassing” display at Dens Park.

Kenny Miller tries an acrobatic effort on goal as Rangers look for an equaliser. Picture: SNS Group

Five things we learned from Dundee 2-1 Rangers

Rangers suffered a 2-1 loss to Dundee at Dens Park, as the Ibrox side lost their second game in a week while the win lifted the Dark Blues off the foot of the table. Here are five things we learned...

Graeme Murty insisted Rangers 'need to do better collectively'. Picture: SNS Group

Rangers’ defeat by Dundee ‘unacceptable’ says Graeme Murty

Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty described last night’s 2-1 defeat by Dundee as unacceptable after another bleak outing for the Ibrox club, writes 
Alan Pattullo.

Mark O'Hara and Scott Allan celebrate the second goal. Picture: SNS Group

Dundee 2-1 Rangers: O’Hara the hero as Gers endure bleak Friday

Dundee turned to their Rangers specialist to claim another priceless win over the Ibrox side. Mark O’Hara’s double took his total to four in three successive home games against Rangers.

Carlos Pena, seen here with Graeme Murty, is back in the Rangers matchday squad for the first time in over a month. Picture: SNS Group

Carlos Pena back in Rangers squad for trip to Dundee

Carlos Pena has been named among the Rangers substitutes tonight ahead of the Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Dundee at Dens Park.

Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson. Picture: SNS

Student teacher to face trial over Stephen Thompson ‘assault’

A student teacher will face trial in May of next year accused of assaulting Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson.

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Dundee manager Neil McCann is under pressure to lift his side off the foot of the Premiership table. Picture: SNS

History against Dundee as McCann bids to end winless run

Dundee’s win when Rangers last visited Dens Park was their first at home over the Ibrox side since 1992. One must dig back slightly further, to the mid-1980s, to find successive home victories over tonight’s opponents at Dens Park.


Bruno Alves ‘missed Hamilton game with back problem’

Bruno Alves is fighting to overcome a back problem after missing Rangers’ defeat on Saturday.

Stephen Gethins, MP for North East Fife. Picture: PA

Dundee United supporting SNP MP makes cheeky dig at Dundee fans

A Dundee United supporting SNP MP has made a cheeky dig at Dundee fans on social media.


Rumour Mill: Craig Whyte book | Neymar denies Celtic vendetta | Rangers star to get new deal

Details of a book claiming to be from ex-Rangers owner Craig Whyte have appeared online, PSG superstar Neymar has denied having a vendetta against Celtic, and Rangers centre-back Ross McCrorie is to be offered a new deal alongside his twin brother Robby.

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