Dundee have announced that boss Jim McIntyre and assistant Jimmy Boyle have left the club with immediate effect.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has left the club.
It may have been too little, too late but Dundee finally remembered how to win a game.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre insists he is fully focused on preparing for today’s game at Livingston and not on what might happen once managing director John Nelms returns from the States.
Former Dundee favourite, keeper Julian Speroni, is set to leave Crystal Palace after 15 years’ distinguished service with the London Premier League club.
Dundee frontman Craig Curran admits the players have let the fans, manager Jim McIntyre and themselves down.
Dundee are down and Ian Roache and Eric Nicolson start the Dens Park relegation post-mortem.
Dundee defender Darren O’Dea has announced that he has retired from full-time football to become a coach.
With Dundee’s relegation now confirmed, attention has already turned to next season and life in the Championship.
Dee fans have called for manager Jim McIntyre to be sacked following the club's relegation to Scotland's second tier.