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Colin Nish Sees Red As Dundee Stay Rock Bottom

Hartlepool United striker Colin Nish was sent off for Dundee on Saturday as the club remain rooted to the bottom of the Scottish Premier League.

Nish's side faced second-bottom St Mirren at St. Mirren Park but fell behind to an early Steven Thompson goal, their task was made even more difficult when Nish was dismissed for a studs-showing lunge on Paul Dummett.

The Dee came back into the game with a second half Ryan Conroy penalty, but ultimately the numerical difference took its toll as St Mirren ran out 3-1 winners to leave Dundee four points adrift at the bottom of the table.




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Date:Monday November 26 2012

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