Dundee ace Mark O’Hara went all Bob Dylan as he thanked fans for their continued support of their team.
The 22-year-old still seems to be suffering from losing two front teeth while playing for the Dark Blues in the 1-0 win over Hamilton on May 5.
The battling midfielder’s teeth were knocked out in a crunching aerial collision early in the game.
Despite be visibly shaken by the clash, he continued playing until half time when he was substituted.
Today, the Dark Blues released a video from their players all thanking fans for their continued support by season ticket sales.
All players said their piece – other than Mark O’Hara. The injured star was only able to hold a sign – in a scene reminiscent of Bob Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues.
He showed his appreciation with another tongue-in-cheek message reading: “(sore mouth)” –
The Dee announced that season ticket sales are up 34% from the same time last season with over 2,400 books already sold.
Fans looking to take up a season ticket remain in the ‘Early Bird’ period, which will see adults save up to £25 compared to a standard priced season book.
It’s hoped 1,000 more supporters will come through the gates to break even, John Nelms said previously.