Cammy Kerr puts Jordan Jones incident behind him as Dundee seek first win under new boss

Cammy Kerr puts Jordan Jones incident behind him as Dundee seek first win under new boss
 

The prospect of a meaty 50-50 tackle with Kilmarnock’s Jordan Jones will have to wait.
Cammy Kerr’s penalty anger in Dundee’s last game has been put on hold. And the victim of the Killie winger’s Dens Park dive is only focused on helping his new manager get a win at Livingston.
Coming up against an unapologetic Jones is on the back-burner.
“I’ll make sure next time I’m up against him I won’t miss him in a tackle,” said Kerr, who was wrongly adjudged to have tripped Jones in the box and had to watch the subsequent penalty find the net.
“We both respect each other. We’ve been up against each... read more

 
20 October 2018 in Sport, Views: 36
Source: The Courier
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