Brown: Players gave their all

Dundee interim boss John Brown heaped praise on his side, despite seeing them concede a late equaliser at home to Inverness.

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John Brown: 'Players gave everything'

John Brown: 'Players gave everything'

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John Baird's first-half opener had seemingly set the basement boys on course for a shock win but Billy McKay's 83rd-minute header meant they had to settle for a point.

"They gave me everything," Brown said of his players. "We scored a great goal and played some decent football.

"The only disappointing thing was losing the goal at the death as you're always liable for that to happen against a quality side like Inverness.

"But in terms of commitment and endeavour they were second to none.

"We didn't look like a team scrapping at the foot of the table.

"Instead, we looked like a team in the top half of the table. So all credit to my guys for that."

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