Young Dundee goalie Calum Ferrie says getting his first start at senior level was a massive confidence boost – now he’s looking to use that to springboard a successful career at Dens Park.
Dundee attacker Craig Wighton joined up with his Scotland team-mates on Monday as they begin preparations for next week’s Toulon Tournament.
Dundee boss Neil McCann says his first full season as manager has been “a solid enough year” but he’s not happy with just that.
It was a long, tough season for everybody at Dens Park but one man has been a bright light throughout – that man is Glen Kamara and he is Tele Sport’s Dundee Player of the Year.
Dundee have offered new contracts to youngsters Matty Henvey and Jesse Curran.
Dundee are still hopeful they can persuade Mark O’Hara to stay at the club but it looks increasingly likely he’ll be heading south this summer.
Dundee boss Neil McCann says he had higher targets for his team this past season but insists an early start can get the Dark Blues where he wants them to be this time next year.
The curtain has come down on Neil McCann’s debut season as a manager – how did he do?
Ross County have moved to try to head off Dundee’s advances for Michael Gardyne by offering the midfielder a new deal.
Craig Wighton hopes the anger at the way Dundee finished their season can spur them on to better things next campaign.
Neil McCann slammed his Dundee players’ lack of appetite in their 1-0 home defeat to Partick and accused them of “short-changing the fans”.
Dundee are closing in on the signing of Ross County playmaker Michael Gardyne.
He was Dundee’s forgotten man before a surprise recall on Tuesday saw Randy Wolters make his 15th appearance of the season.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is refusing to take today's clash with Partick Thistle lightly but he will be forced into a selection dilemma.
Survival may be assured and a ninth-place finish unavoidable, whatever happens this weekend, but midfielder Glen Kamara insists “the season isn’t done yet” for Dundee.
WIth survival assured on Tuesday night, Dundee boss Neil McCann’s “recruitment drive” for next season is up and running.
Dundee manager Neil McCann hailed a “magnificent” defensive display from his side as they laid to rest any relegation worries with a 1-0 win at Ross County.