John Nelms has set 2021 as his new target to get Dundee’s new stadium ready for action.
Former Dundee skipper Darren O’Dea has called time on his successful career as he chases his coaching dream beyond the end of this season.
A pair of Dundee United fans have exacted revenge on their city rivals with a coffin stunt outside Dens Park.
Dundee’s owners will give themselves the authority to take up the club’s unissued shares when their annual general meeting takes place later this month.
Former Dundee director Steve Martin has criticised managing director John Nelms for failing to include other locally-based directors in the decision-making process at Dens Park.
I’ve never hidden the fact that I love perusing through our archives with old photographs and cuttings.
Dundee have been under threat of relegation to the Championship for a long time – now years of poor decisions look certain to have cost them their place at the top table.
Dundee have announced the departure of eight young players, including Matty Henvey and Jack Lambert.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre insists he was pleased with the display of kid midfield ace Callum Moore in the 2-0 defeat against Aberdeen, even if the youngster gave away a penalty.
A Dundee supporter says he no longer travels to Edinburgh or Glasgow for matches as he feels “too intimidated”, even with a group of friends.
When he ran out to warm up at St Mirren on Saturday and saw the number of Dundee fans who’d travelled and heard the noise they were creating, Andrew Nelson admits he had goosebumps.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre believes his players have to learn to cope with the pressure of their relegation battle – and quickly.
Regarding the report on the cost of football.
Growing up in the west of Scotland, I have first-hand experience one of the biggest problems in our game and society – racism.
Dundee’s main supporters group have knocked back the latest offer from the club’s American owner to buy shares from them and increase his stake at Dens Park to over 75%.
Police have confirmed arrests were made during yesterday’s Dundee v Celtic clash at Dens Park.
Boss Jim McIntyre believes the six minutes of injury time played by Bobby Madden at Dens Park yesterday was too long.
Tweets showing the moment a Celtic fan's Irish tricolour was taken by a steward at Dens - and then an angry exchange afterwards - have been captured on camera.
Dundee fans will have to move quickly if they are to pick up a season ticket for the same price as last campaign – despite not knowing which division the club will be in.
Jim McIntyre wants to see more ruthlessness from his Dundee side but took solace from the fact they “defended far, far better” in the defeat to Hearts ahead of a daunting test against Celtic this Sunday.