Jim McIntyre was boosting his Dundee squad with the arrival of English winger Andy Dales yesterday but is set to resume his search for a centre-half after injury fears over another new signing Andrew Davies was confirmed.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre will have to rejig his signing plans for this transfer window after Andrew Davies suffered a broken foot.
Andrew Davies could be the difference between Dundee staying up or going down according to the man who’s seen plenty of him this season.
New Dundee signing Andrew Davies is “adamant” there will be no repeat of Ross County’s relegation at Dens Park.
Dundee have reportedly had a bid for Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne rejected by the Championship club.
Lewis Spence has signed for Ross County following his release from Dundee.
Dundee have clinched the signing of Andrew Davies.
‘He ticks a lot of boxes’: Dundee boss Jim McIntyre confirms his interest in ex Ross County skipper Andrew Davies
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has confirmed his interest in bringing free agent Andrew Davies to the club.
“If I wanted to sit comfortable, I could have sat over the road but I didn’t want to do that,” said Craig Curran as he insisted his move to Dundee from Dundee United was a no-brainer.
Glen Kamara is "not good enough" for Rangers, according to former Dundee man Lee Wilkie.
The times they are a-changing at Dens Park as boss Jim McIntyre dismantles the current Dundee squad – look further ahead, however, and the team will be totally unrecognisable.
Dundee are planning a swoop for Ross County skipper Marcus Fraser.
Dundee United striker Craig Curran could be set for a sensational crossing of Sandeman Street with Dundee boss Jim McIntyre keen to add him to his striking options.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has vowed “it will get better” after he watched his side limp into the winter break.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has expressed sympathy for the “big job” on Saturday’s opposing number Jim McIntyre’s hands after his side “dominated” the Dark Blues.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre bemoaned a lack of quality as his side were held to a 0-0 stalemate with 10-man Livingston.
Moments after Dundee’s 3-0 defeat at Celtic Park, manager Jim McIntyre’s thoughts turned straight to what he calls “two huge games” this week.
Darren O’Dea says Dundee have to take individual responsibility if they are to avoid a second thrashing in a row when they travel to champions Celtic today.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre will be forced into changes for this weekend’s testing trip to Celtic.
Dundee’s thumping at the hands of Aberdeen has strengthened boss Jim McIntyre’s desire to bring in reinforcements during the winter transfer window.