Neil McCann’s sacking as Dundee boss was the result of a direct intervention from the club’s American owner Tim Keyes.
Plans to build a new Dundee FC stadium at Camperdown Park could still be blocked by access issues.
In the five years they have owned Dundee, the club has become a part of the family according to owner Tim Keyes – and he sees a new stadium as the ideal way for it to flourish for the foreseeable future.
Dundee’s American owners have injected yet more cash into the coffers at Dens Park, bringing their total investment since buying the club to the £2 million mark.
A new multi-million pound state-of-the-art stadium and a team we’re promised will continue to play a brave and bold brand of passing football.
The future at Dens Park will be a short one, should the club’s plans of a new stadium at Camperdown Park come to fruition.
Dundee chief John Nelms says having rivals United in the top flight is better for the Dark Blues.
At a glance, these should be happy days if you’re a Dundee fan. Yes, work does need doing to secure the club’s continued Premiership status at the end of the season.
Dundee owner Tim Keyes was on hand to watch new signing Sofien Moussa rip Cowdenbeath apart on Wednesday night.
Dundee owner Tim Keyes is in town — but not for any meetings with prospective long-term managers of his club.
Painful as sacking a man he enjoyed a close working relationship with was, Dundee managing director John Nelms agrees the events of the past 48 hours show the strength of the long-term commitment he and fellow American Tim Keyes have for the club.
It’s all positive at Dens Park for Dundee fans after John Nelms said the club are pushing ahead plans to build a new stadium.
Dundee FC managing director John Nelms has said that Camperdown Park is the "future" of the club.
Ambition and professionalism — not two words fans of Scottish football would immediately associate with Dundee FC.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley says he doesn’t mind where his team plays — it’s top-quality training facilities that matter to him.
Strawberries and cream, Morecambe and Wise, Tom Duthie and a moan, Dundee and Dens Park.
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Scottish football has potential, according to Dundee money man Tim Keyes.