Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has let on-loan striker Benjamin Kallman return home to Finland. Kallman (20) has rejoined parent club Inter Turku, leaving with the Dark Blues’ best wishes. McIntyre said: “Benji is a great boy but he wants regular first team football and we can’t guarantee him that. “We wish him all the best.”
Danny Johnson admits the lure of winning promotion with Dundee as well as the high-profile arrival of Gordon Strachan as the club’s technical director helped convince him to pledge his future to the Dark Blues.
Dundee have been relegated following this 1-0 defeat – their 10th in a row – at Dens to Hamilton.
Dundee’s Darren O’Dea insists he will have no regrets after deciding to hang up his boots at the age of 32
Darren O’Dea insists that when the final whistle blows this afternoon to bring down the curtain on his playing career, he will be absolutely certain he has made the right decision to hang up his boots.
Dundee got their season off to a near perfect start with an emphatic Betfred Cup victory at Stark’s Park.
Dundee goalkeeper Jack Hamilton is looking forward to some stability in the dugout after a stormy first season at Dens.
Dundee’s loan players have got the drive to enhance their own reputations at Dens Park and, most importantly, keep the Dark Blues in the Premiership, according to Scott Wright.
The next manager of Dundee is highly unlikely to be John Robertson after Inverness Caledonian Thistle gave their account of an “unsolicited” approach for their boss.
Dundee are edging closer to appointing their new manager and have narrowed down their list of preferred candidates to just two – James McPake and Jim Goodwin.
It was a busy transfer deadline day for both Dundee clubs with 11 signings a piece on both sides of Tannadice Street.