As he has done on many occasions, former Dundee goalkeeper Ally Donaldson got in touch.
Former Dundee midfielder Morten Wieghorst would welcome the chance to speak to the Dark Blues about their vacant manager role.
It’s not the way he would have wanted it to happen but Dundee favourite James McPake is gearing up to make his debut as a first-team manager.
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Dundee managing director John Nelms has a massive task in picking the right person to manage Dundee.
Former Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels is in the running for the vacant manager’s role at Dundee.
For goalkeeper Senny Dieng, the failure to avoid relegation from the Premiership with Dundee goes down as the main source of pain during his temporary stay in Scotland.
Anger from the stands was a “big part” of Dundee’s decision to sack manager Jim McIntyre, according to club chief John Nelms.
Dundee FC have confirmed that former captain James McPake will take control of first team affairs this week.
City businesses are bracing themselves for a drop in revenue after Dundee plunged from the Premiership.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has been sacked just over a week after the Dark Blues were relegated from the Premiership.
Dundee’s players are about to face their own version of football hell when they meet Livingston and St Mirren in what are now the final two meaningless games of their season.
Dundee will have full-back Nathan Ralph back for Saturday’s “dead rubber” at Livingston.
He’s knows there’s every chance of not being part of it but midfielder Martin Woods hopes Dundee can do a Ross County next season and bounce straight back up to the Premiership.
St Johnstone midfield man Blair Alston could be set to stay at the club despite interest from Dundee and Hamilton.
Dundee’s on-loan defender Ryan McGowan won’t be returning to parent club Bradford City after they announced his release at the end of his contract.
Dundee defender Darren O’Dea has announced he will retire from full-time football at the end of the season.
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger dissect what went wrong as Dundee’s relegation to the Championship is confirmed and ask are they the worst Dee side ever? Elsewhere, the boys receive a call from Down Under about Dundee United and Tom doesn’t know what Mad Dog is.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre’s fate could be decided in Texas this week.
Dundee’s relegation led to a spat between current boss Jim McIntyre and predecessor Neil McCann.