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Dundee FC sack James McPake.

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After securing the Dee's Scottish Cup progress at Peterhead(0-3 victory) just last Sunday, John Nelms has bulleted manager, James McPake. A home quarter-final Scottish Cup tie awaits against Rangers and the Dark Blues next Premiership match is a visit to Sellik Park.


Of course, matters football are a mystery at Dens Park. Missing E-Mails turn up days later in SPFL's spam folder and the chain of command can be confusing. Gordon Strachan is Dundee's Director of Football and also a Consultant at Sellik, where his son retains a coaching job. Owner, John Nelms remains a self confessed BIG Sellik man and has always done exactly what Peter told him; but Peter has gone, hasn't he?


Whatever, my money is on Neil Lennon getting off the bevvy and being appointed in time for Rangers quarter-final Scottish Cup visit.

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Another club / fan base who have changed dramatically over the years.


In the early days of attending football (Rangers at age of 13) the group of us used to go and watch other teams if Rangers weren't playing. 


Remember going to see Dundee v Aberdeen semi-final at Tynecastle and a big Dundee support was supplemented by some fans recognised from Ibrox, as well as a large contingent of Hearts skins who gave Aberdeen a warm welcome into the Gorgie end before being escorted by Police into the Dundee end! 


Oh, and we were made more than welcome when it was discovered we were Rangers fans. 

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Apparently he still has an outstanding 6 match touchline ban to serve. Can't remember how he earned it exactly - I expect it was for being a chunt?

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