Dundee interim boss Neil McCann admits he already has a team in mind for Saturday’s crunch game at Motherwell – but that could all change if players do not meet his exacting standards in training as this week progresses.
In this week's Talking Football The Courier's sports writers Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss the challenge facing rookie Dundee manager Neil McCann, how to get the best out of Dundee United's Tony Andreu and Danny Swanson's departure from McDiarmid Park.
Neil McCann admits he is determined to be his own man in the Dens Park hot-seat.
New Dundee interim boss Neil McCann admits his first sessions with the players at the club confirmed what he always thought – that there was a quality squad at Dens.
Dave Mackay believes Dundee would have been “better sticking with what they had” for their relegation battle.
Rookie manager Neil McCann taking over at Dundee is being viewed as a left field gamble by many. Here are five other appointments that veered away from the norm.
I must admit that I thought the writing was on the wall for Paul Hartley after the 7-0 defeat to Aberdeen a few weeks back.
Being a managerial rookie will not stop Neil McCann from keeping Dundee in the Premiership, according to Jim Jefferies.
One of Neil McCann’s Deefiant team-mates believes the man tasked with saving Dundee’s Premiership status is the “ideal modern-day boss”.
When speaking with Dundee managing director John Nelms, he certainly does not strike you as someone who would be a reckless gambler.