Dundee midfielder Mark O’Hara has declared it was the “right time” to leave the Dark Blues in search of a fresh challenge.
Dundee midfielder Mark O'Hara has left the Dark Blues to join Peterborough United.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has revealed Mark O’Hara’s season is over after he suffered a horror injury during Saturday’s vital victory over Hamilton on Saturday.
Sitting down to watch Dundee’s narrow defeat to Celtic earlier in the season has reinforced Mark O’Hara’s belief that they can return from Parkhead with points rather than just praise tonight.
Dundee’s season has reached the “make or break stage”, Mark O’Hara has admitted.
Mark O’Hara insists the only way is up for Dundee as they look to secure a place in the top six and avoid the relegation dogfight at the wrong end of the Premiership table.
Mark O’Hara could have been forgiven for experiencing a sinking feeling of déjà vu on Saturday.
Dundee midfielder Mark O’Hara is confident that possession will be turned into points when the Premiership restarts.
Dundee have plenty of reasons to believe they can beat Celtic at Dens Park this afternoon, Mark O’Hara insisted.
The Dundee players are determined to beat Celtic today for their manager, according to midfielder Mark O’Hara.