Bainy has belief Dee can get win
BELIEF in what you’re doing is a big thing in football. Scott Bain has it and that’s why, despite Dundee taking just one point from five Premiership games so far, he’s in upbeat moodgoingintotomorrow’s Tayside derby against St Johnstone.
The in-form goalkeeper genuinely believes so l ong as he and his team-mates keep working hard and listening to boss Neil McCann’s instructions, it won’t be long before results start to reflect performances.
And even though the Dark Blues are up against a Saints team he rates highly and who’ve made a flying start to the campaign, he fancies a first three-point haul could be coming this weekend.
“The boys are a little bit frustrated by the results so far but it is not something they have let affect them in terms of the mood within the camp.
“If you take last week’s game at Rangers out of the equation because we were below par, apart from that, it has been little things that have swung the games so far and we could easily have won a few of them.
“Things have not been in our favour but we are confident in the way the manager is wanting us to play. The things that are going on behind the scenes during the week give us confidence we’ll get results.
“We have watched the videos of the games so far and we know what we need to do and the mistakes that need to be cut out.
“Honestly, the boys are raring to go this weekend and we believe we can get the three points.
“I do think it’s a big thing when you have that belief in what you’re doing. The manager is really strong minded and so is Garts (assistant boss Graham Gartland).
“They have a strong and clear picture of how they want to play, how they want us to do things and we’ve bought into that.”
The fact McCann has made it clear publicly he wants his players to be brave on the ball and, at times, take chances in order to retain possession