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  1. 1 minute ago, The Great Stagsby said:

    I'm reliably informed Gardyne has signed up to stay on. There may be mixed reaction after this season. Personally I'd give him the benefit of the doubt. I think it's understandable individual standards dropped this season when part of a collective that was abjectly failing. A few of this past seasons squad will hopefully benefit from a bit of a fresh start and a few new team-mates.

    That would be delightful news.

  2. I don't think we have been linked with him. Just been mentioned on here.
    If we are wanting another goalkeeper we need to be looking at someone better than Cerny.

    I reckon Cerny is up there with the best in the league. Who's better? I'd say:

    Mclaughlin, Gordon,and Lewis for definite. He's probably similar to Marciano. Dunno offhand who else? I think he's better than Fox, McDonald, Mannus/Clark, Woods, Parish and Foderingham. I've not seen enough of Motherwell's keeper although he's highly rated.

    That's personal opinion. Others might disagree.

  3. If Gowser does get sentenced and it doesn't effect the club - then the club has a duty to stand by him IMO. I know it doesn't work that way in the ordinary working world but there's a lot of extra eyes on football players, particularly when drunk that it shouldn't merely mean he's thrown his career away. If he serves time and I stress if it only has a minimal to zero effect on us, then he should be kept on.

    If he's sentenced for 6 month or whatever, then that's a different story.

  4. Just now, djchapsticks said:

    That good or bad business from both clubs' perspectives?

    I've posted my thoughts on your thread! Basically, we'll have offered O'Hara something and he's a terrific prospect - could go on to have a great career, but he's anonymous far too often and doesn't bring as much to the table as Kamara and McGowan do, so I'd hoped we'd be strengthening in that position. Wee bit gutted to lose him though.

    Kevin Holt is a steady left back. He won't pull down any trees and I've never seen a player play so nervously every week. Doesn't help that he's been our designated 'boo boy' for his duration at Dens. I don't think McCann had any intentions of offering him a new deal.

  5. Two very good signings for you lot. Kevin Holt is a lower end top flight left back, but if you can instill a bit of confidence in him, he can come on leaps and bounds. He was our designated 'boo boy' for much of his career at Dens. He's a good steady signing for a club wanting to just survive. All the best to him.

    O'Hara would sting a little bit more. A lot of Dee's won't be upset at him leaving as he is often worse than a man down at times, but he has so much potential. Loves scoring against Rangers and has the potential to make a real name for himself. Unfortunately for him, Kamara is by far our best central midfielder and we'd be as well as not playing when McGowan isn't in our current side, so he's the weak link of our midfield which we desperately need to improve upon if we are to kick on next season. I do think we'd have offered him something though so it's a wee bit of a coup!

  6. 17 minutes ago, Suspect Device said:

    3 games out of how many? 


    What I'm saying is that we need the TV deal to show the whole league to try and fight the perception that Scottish football is only about 2 teams. Barry Hearn had a very valid point. We market our game completely wrong.

    Our Texan overlord agrees with you: https://www.sundaypost.com/sport/football/scottish-premiership/scotland-hardest-league-world-says-dundee-chief-john-nelms/