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Dundee have been asking other clubs for permission to interview their managers, the club have admitted.
Dundee’s caretaker boss James McPake is keen to take the job on a full-time basis after getting a taste of the management bug over the weekend.
Martin Woods is among 14 players set to leave Dundee.
Dundee’s Paul McGowan is backing former team-mate James McPake to shine in the dugout tomorrow and says he can be the man to bring the “stability” the club sorely needs.
James McPake says Dundee owe it to their fans to finish off this miserable season with a positive – and he’ll do everything in his power to do so as caretaker boss.
This week regulars Tom Duthie and George Cran are joined by Tele sports editor Graeme Finnan as Calum Woodger serves a suspension for bad language.
Former Dundee midfielder Morten Wieghorst would welcome the chance to speak to the Dark Blues about their vacant manager role.
It’s not the way he would have wanted it to happen but Dundee favourite James McPake is gearing up to make his debut as a first-team manager.
Dundee will press on and secure some of their out-of-contract first- teamers on new deals if their search for a new manager rumbles on.
Experience is the key word for Dundee in their search for the management team that can return them to the top flight at the first time of asking.
John Nelms has set 2021 as his new target to get Dundee’s new stadium ready for action.
GEORGE CRAN: Celtic’s Neil Lennon, Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes and Inverness’ John Robertson are only bosses qualified to manage Dundee, using John Nelms’ criteria
Dundee managing director John Nelms has a massive task in picking the right person to manage Dundee.
Dundee fans have had their say – and Gordon Strachan is the man they want to take the reins at Dens Park.
David Hopkin has taken over as manager of Morton to end Dundee fans' hopes that he would replace the sacked Jim McImtyre.
Former Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels is in the running for the vacant manager’s role at Dundee.
For goalkeeper Senny Dieng, the failure to avoid relegation from the Premiership with Dundee goes down as the main source of pain during his temporary stay in Scotland.
Anger from the stands was a “big part” of Dundee’s decision to sack manager Jim McIntyre, according to club chief John Nelms.
In what turned out to be his last press conference as Dundee manager, Jim McIntyre expressed his determination to rebuild the team next season.