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Dundee ace Mark O'Hara went all Bob Dylan as he thanked fans for their continued support of their team.
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.
Dundee manager Neil McCann praised midfielder Mark O’Hara after he went off at half-time in their 1-0 win over Hamilton missing his two front teeth.
Scottish football has paid tribute to a respected and popular Dundee sports writer who has died after a short illness.
Kevin Holt scored the game's only goal but Elliott Parish was Dundee's hero, saving a late Dougie Imrie penalty to all but confirm Premiership safety.
The sight of Simon Murray sat munching on a tangerine in the Dens Park canteen was a stark reminder of where his footballing journey started in the city.
Dundee this week unveiled their sharp new home kit for 2018/19 – and the Tele has teamed up with the Dark Blues to give a free shirt away to one lucky winner.
Contract talks between midfielder Mark O’Hara and Dundee have stalled as the club’s Premiership status remains in the balance.
Dundee forward Craig Wighton has been called up to the Scotland U/21 squad.
Dundee manager Neil McCann has hailed a “brilliant” show of support from fans who snapped up season tickets before the club’s Premiership place is secured.
Cammy Kerr says it’s time the Dundee players repaid the loyalty shown by the club’s fans by putting on a show and beating Hamilton this weekend.
World beaters they are not but at times this season Dundee have threatened to look like a very good side.