Darren O’Dea says he’s seen Dundee fans respond to a “committed XI that give absolutely everything” in recent weeks – now the players want to repay that faith by keeping the club up.
Dundee have reported a loss of £425,748 for the last full financial year.
If Dundee had been playing host to Hibs this time last year, Simon Murray would’ve watched from the stand because he was on loan from the Hibees to the Dark Blues.
Dundee have been linked with a move Greenock Morton midfielder Michael Tidser.
Former Dundee manager Neil McCann has defended his time in charge of the club, claiming ‘outside influences’ had a part to play in his dismissal.
When Neil McCann looks back on his time as Dundee boss he will surely learn several lessons, ones that can stand him in good stead if he returns to management.
That Neil McCann’s turbulent time as Dundee manager has ended can’t come as a surprise after what’s been a disastrous start to the season.
In words that now appear almost prophetic, in his column on Monday the Tele’s Lee Wilkie sent a clear message to Dundee that trying to force an experienced new assistant on manager Neil McCann would end badly.
Neil McCann’s sacking as Dundee boss was the result of a direct intervention from the club’s American owner Tim Keyes.
Dundee have appointed Jim McIntyre as their new manager.
The Tele's lead football writer Tom Duthie has given his verdict on the future of Dundee FC after the sacking of Neil McCann.
Bookies say Jim McIntyre and Gordon Strachan are in a two-horse race to succeed Neil McCann in charge of Dundee.
Dundee have tonight parted company with manager Neil McCann.
Dundee have firmly denied former Hearts boss Jim Jefferies is about to join their coaching staff.
Former Arsenal kid Roarie Deacon’s return coincided with Dundee’s first league victory of the season – could he be the piece that’s been missing from their Premiership jigsaw?
Dundee will have to face a different kind of pressure this weekend against Kilmarnock but manager Neil McCann is backing his players to handle it once again.
Dundee manager Neil McCann is hoping confidence can soar at Dens Park after their morale-boosting victory at Hamilton Accies.
Dundee boss Neil McCann says he hopes his side have turned the corner on their season after being “well worth the three points” at Hamilton.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is hoping his walking wounded recover in time for today’s vital Premiership game against Hamilton kicks off.
Neil McCann has urged his players to “give themselves an easier ride” at Hamilton on Saturday as they search for a first result of the campaign.