Baz prays for mercy at Dundee.
The SFL could hit the Dark Blues with a hefty points deduction when they meet to discuss punishing the First Division outfit. It's the second time Dundee have flirted with disaster in less than a decade but Smith hopes league chiefs are lenient with them.
He said: "The players are the ones who will be punished.
"They want to play at the highest level they can - so why should they be punished for something that was totally outwith their hands? "Jim Leishman is on the board and he's a former player. I hope he will push the case that the players and fans will suffer most.
"We are in administration for a reason and there has to be a deterrent. But I'd like to think the SFL will weigh up everything and not punish the players and fans."
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Oct 24, 2010|
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