A financial expert has warned Dundee to expect a revenue drop of at least £1.5 million in the Championship next season.
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.
In this wretched season for Dundee, at last some good news, despite being pretty much being back where he started when he arrived almost six years ago, only several million dollars out of pocket, American owner Tim Keyes remains committed to his Dens Park project.
Though he may not be relaxed about Dundee’s perilous position in the Premiership, boss Jim McIntyre is not in a sweat about his own situation at Dens Park.
Jim McIntyre insists he “absolutely” expects to be Dundee manager next season – even if his side lose their fight for Ladbrokes Premiership survival.
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.
Dundee chiefs have issued a statement detailing the process implemented in appointing Jim McIntyre – but fail to make clear whether the under-fire boss still has their support.
Dundee’s American owners have reiterated their commitment to the Dark Blues, whatever division they find themselves in next season.
As Dundee stare into the abyss that is relegation, a lot of worrying thoughts have been crossing my mind.
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.
Positive is not a word that can be used in connection with Dundee right now.
The past few seasons have been a nightmare for Dundee supporters.
I’ll be honest, I’ve tried not to spend too much time thinking about the wrangle between Dundee’s owners and the main supporters group, the DFCSS, over shares the fans own.
Dundee’s main supporters group have knocked back the latest offer from the club’s American owner to buy shares from them and increase his stake at Dens Park to over 75%.
Dundee FC’s owners have made a fresh bid to boost their control in the club to over 75%.
Dundee have reported a loss of £425,748 for the last full financial year.
Dundee’s most influential supporters group has politely knocked back a bid from Dark Blues owner Tim Keyes to take complete control at Dens Park.
New Dundee United owner Mark Ogren met the media for the first time today and immediately dealt with the subject of a merger with city rivals Dundee in definitive terms.
Dundee FC have hit out at a supporters group for not quelling talk of a merger with Dundee United.
The Dundee FC Supporters’ Society will take into account the views of all Dark Blues fans, not just their members, before deciding whether to give owner Tim Keyes complete control at Dens Park.