Darren O’Dea says he’s seen Dundee fans respond to a “committed XI that give absolutely everything” in recent weeks – now the players want to repay that faith by keeping the club up.
Dundee fans will have to move quickly if they are to pick up a season ticket for the same price as last campaign – despite not knowing which division the club will be in.
Every point is vital for Dundee now but experienced defender Darren O’Dea acknowledges they’ve got a “mammoth effort” ahead of them to get any from Celtic on Sunday.
Jim McIntyre admits he’ll be keeping a keen eye on how St Mirren and Hamilton are faring tomorrow ahead of his side’s clash with Celtic on Sunday.
Manager Jim McIntyre says Dundee need to be ready to face a different animal when Celtic come calling this Sunday.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has revealed mixed news on the Dark Blues injury front.
On-loan forward Scott Wright says the mindset has to change at Dundee if they are to save their Premiership skins.
Jim McIntyre wants to see more ruthlessness from his Dundee side but took solace from the fact they “defended far, far better” in the defeat to Hearts ahead of a daunting test against Celtic this Sunday.
Home matches against Hearts are where Dundee need to be picking up points, according to manager Jim McIntyre.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has urged his players not to take too much notice of Hearts talisman Steven Naismith’s absence today.
Dundee’s last two results annoyed plenty associated with the Dark Blues – but none more so than keeper Seny Dieng.
Jim McIntyre says his Dundee side will need to show “every inch” of their performance against Hearts last time out to make it two wins from two over the Jambos.
Robbie Neilson has tasked his Dundee United side with picking up six points from their next two matches to kickstart their promotion bid.
Dundee FC’s owners have made a fresh bid to boost their control in the club to over 75%.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre is “delighted” to have secured the pre-contract signing of winger Josh Todd.
Mark Reynolds says the pressure is only going to increase on Dundee United as the season nears its end but he’s backed the Tangerines to embrace it by running down leaders Ross County.
Andrew Davies has told boss Jim McIntyre he’ll be back ahead of schedule to help Dundee escape the drop.
Mark Connolly says Dundee United have to “roll their sleeves up and deal with it” when met by a physical challenge like the one Inverness Caley Thistle brought on Sunday.
Martin Woods says Dundee need to keep their heads in the “crazy” Premiership run-in as they attempt to battle their way to safety.