Cammy Kerr says it’s time the Dundee squad realised how good they can be as they embark on what they plan is a positive 2020.
Dundee need to go “full throttle” from the first whistle tomorrow to finish off a disappointing November on a high.
Dundee manager James McPake is keen to make as few changes as possible in the January window but circumstances may force his hand.
Dundee defender Cammy Kerr says he thinks racism is a problem in Scottish football.
Cammy Kerr says Dundee’s win at Ayr United on Friday night was a big step forward in their league campaign – backing that up with a win at Alloa tonight will be another massive leap for the Dark Blues.
Fin Robertson is blazing a trail for young players and, along with senior team-mate Cammy Kerr, is proving the perfect example for academy prospects says Dundee youth supremo Stephen Wright.
Defender Cammy Kerr says it’s only a matter of time before the Dundee frontline start hitting the back of the net on a regular basis.
Dundee manager James McPake was today lamenting a “moment of madness” which cost them in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Morton.
Dundee midfielder Shaun Byrne is hoping to get one over on his former boss tomorrow but knows David Hopkin will have his Morton side up for a fight.
There’s absolutely no derby talk at Dens Park says Cammy Kerr as first of all Dundee get ready for a tough Championship test against Inverness tomorrow.
Jamie Ness says new signing Kane Hemmings will bang in the goals for Dundee but he’s called on his team-mates around the pitch to start chipping in, too.
In a modern football landscape where things can change so rapidly, Cammy Kerr’s presence at Dundee remains constant.
Full-back Cammy Kerr is set to sit out Dundee’s final pre-season friendly tonight against Blackpool.
Relentless running and seemingly endless training drills in the severe Spanish heat might not be for everyone.
Dundee favourite Les Barr believes new manager James McPake is the man to lead the club back to the big time.
Dundee defender Cammy Kerr admits receiving the backing of new Dens Park boss James McPake made signing a new deal an easy decision.
Cammy Kerr has signed a new deal with Dundee FC, keeping him with the Dens Park club until at least 2021.
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.