Gordon Strachan believes a successful football club can play a major part in the ongoing rejuvenation of Dundee as a city.
Dundee hope to have finally convinced Gordon Strachan to take control of the club’s football matters after lengthy discussions between the ex-Scotland boss and Dens chief John Nelms.
Dundee chief John Nelms has pledged to be patient with new manager James McPake as he begins to build a team in his own image.
Dundee chief John Nelms has hailed Gordon Strachan for his “fantastic” advice as he looks to bring the former Scotland boss to Dens in an official capacity.
Dundee chief John Nelms will meet Gordon Strachan over the next 48 hours to thrash out the former Scotland boss’ potential return to club football.
Dundee will face one of their Championship promotion rivals in the Betfred Cup group stage.
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.
Experience is the key word for Dundee in their search for the management team that can return them to the top flight at the first time of asking.
John Nelms has set 2021 as his new target to get Dundee’s new stadium ready for action.
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Dundee managing director John Nelms has a massive task in picking the right person to manage Dundee.
Anger from the stands was a “big part” of Dundee’s decision to sack manager Jim McIntyre, according to club chief John Nelms.
The appointment of what will be Dundee’s fourth manager in little over two years could be a make-or- break decision for Dens managing director John Nelms.
Life-long Dundee fan Charlie Adam would be interested in succeeding Jim McIntyre as manager at Dens Park – if he could extend his playing career.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre’s fate could be decided in Texas this week.
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.
The news Dundee’s American owners have reaffirmed their commitment to the club despite a likely relegation to the Championship has been met with positivity from a large section of supporters.
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.
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.
The past few seasons have been a nightmare for Dundee supporters.
Dundee FC have hit out at a supporters group for not quelling talk of a merger with Dundee United.