Dundee’s players are “choking” for the victory that will turn their season around, according to left-back Kevin Holt.
Saturday’s 1-0 Premiership defeat to Aberdeen was the story of Dundee’s season according to manager Neil McCann.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is set to shake up his midfield today against St Johnstone with key men Glen Kamara and Paul McGowan missing.
As a tough a run-in as you can get awaits Dundee before the Premiership split next month — first, though, they face a welcome opponent in St Johnstone.
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.
Dundee face the toughest run of Premiership fixtures ahead of the league split with the news that the Celtic game has been rearranged.
With Wednesday's game at Celtic Park called off because of the winter weather, Dundee switch their focus to a huge match against St Johnstone next week.
Dundee midfielder Mark O’Hara insists the Dark Blues can overcome champions Celtic after an energy-sapping few days for the Glasgow side.
Dundee manager Neil McCann believes his side can take something from Celtic Park when they face the champions in the Premiership tonight.
Severe weather conditions across Scotland has forced the postponement of Dundee's clash with Celtic tonight.
Dundee boss Neil McCann vented his anger at the officials following the Dark Blues’ 1-0 Premiership defeat to Motherwell on Saturday.
Craig Tanner’s first-half strike is enough for the visitors to take all three points at Dens
Dundee have a clean bill of health going into today's home clash with Motherwell.
A shirt presented to a rising football star by former Arbroath manager John McGlashan is being auctioned to raise funds to boost research into motor neurone disease (MND).
“Adopted Scot” Josh Meekings admits having fellow Englishman Steven Caulker alongside him at Dundee is proving a valuable learning experience.
Dundee manager Neil McCann has called for their home fans to replicate the backing that inspired them to victory against Partick Thistle.
Dundee boss Neil McCann says Steven Caulker has already shown himself to be “a class act” in his short time at the club.
The late turnaround at Partick on Saturday summed up the “rollercoaster” ride that is Dundee, according to vice-captain Cammy Kerr.