Saturday’s 1-0 Premiership defeat to Aberdeen was the story of Dundee’s season according to manager Neil McCann.
Hibs have confirmed they are interested in taking Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain back to Easter Road on a permanent deal in the summer.
Dundee boss Neil McCann and St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark have been charged by the SFA for “excessive misconduct”.
Scenes after the final whistle at Dens Park on Saturday did nothing for the image of Dundee boss Neil McCann, his club and football in general.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is set to be in hot water with the SFA after he appeared to strike St Johnstone’s Zander Clark following a post-match scuffle at Dens.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is set to shake up his midfield today against St Johnstone with key men Glen Kamara and Paul McGowan missing.
After making the step up from League One football to the Premiership, Lewis Spence is living the dream at Dundee — even if results haven’t gone the way he’d hoped.
Dundee boss Neil McCann says he’ll have no fear picking Craig Wighton when the Scotland U/21 international proves his fitness.
Dundee boss Neil McCann says having “a good personal rapport with the players” is the first step to getting results on the pitch.
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 boss Neil McCann vented his anger at the officials following the Dark Blues’ 1-0 Premiership defeat to Motherwell on Saturday.
Dundee have a clean bill of health going into today's home clash with Motherwell.
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.
In a season dogged by inconsistency, Dundee have frustrated game to game, seemingly unable to keep good form going.
Dundee boss Neil McCann praised his side for their response to last week’s setback at Kilmarnock by roaring to victory at Firhill.
Neil McCann hailed his “relentless” Dundee side after their last-gasp comeback victory over Partick Thistle.
Dundee boss Neil McCann blasted his players after an “appalling” finish at 10-man Kilmarnock saw them throw away a 2-1 lead.
Dundee manager Neil McCann has asked for support from the stands as the Dark Blues battle to find the form that will push them up the table.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is still hurting today in the wake of Saturday’s cup exit at the hands of Motherwell.