Cammy Kerr wants to stay at Dundee but accepts his future “is still up in the air” after his contract expired at Dens Park.
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.
Dundee diehard Cammy Kerr knows he and his Dens Park team-mates have to give everything they have to fight against relegation, even though their situation now looks hopeless.
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 are “buzzing” as they await the challenge of Rangers on Sunday after the 4-0 hammering of Hamilton on Wednesday night.
Dundee’s dreadful 2018/19 season has hit some harder than others – none more so than former season-ticket holder Cammy Kerr.
Cammy Kerr has called on everyone at Dundee to revive the Dee-fiant spirit to get out of the trouble they find themselves in at the bottom of the Premiership table.
Cammy Kerr has pulled on the heartstrings of Dundee fans after sharing a touching image of himself and fellow Dee Craig Wighton after Hearts snapped up the 21-year-old.
Defender and some-time skipper Cammy Kerr believes Dundee are ready for this weekend’s Premiership kick-off against St Mirren at The Simple Digital Arena in Paisley.
Dundee youngster Jesse Curran is out to repay Neil McCann’s faith in him as he aims to force his way into the first team at Dens Park.
Dundee favourite Cammy Kerr has called on the club’s supporters to give Alan Gilzean the send off the Dens legend deserves this weekend.
For the most part, the days of footballers spending the early period of pre-season with bellies overhanging their shorts as they battle to get back in shape are long gone.
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.
Dundee vice-captain Cammy Kerr is “raring to go” this weekend as Tayside rivals St Johnstone come to town for a huge bottom-half clash.
The late turnaround at Partick on Saturday summed up the “rollercoaster” ride that is Dundee, according to vice-captain Cammy Kerr.
Cammy Kerr says Dundee are starting to build something special and expects that to start showing in the second half of the season.
Cammy Kerr doesn’t want to see a repeat showing of Dundee’s “tentative” side as they prepare for a Tayside derby determined to finish 2017 off in style.
There were some who felt Neil McCann’s stinging criticism of Dundee’s performance as they lost at Hearts on Tuesday night was a touch harsh.
Kids at Ninewells Hospital were givn their second treat of the week after Dundee FC players paid them a visit.
Cammy Kerr is fed up with Dundee’s inability to put together a run of results and says it’s about time they began that today.