Betting website McBookie has Kenny Miller out in front to become new Dundee manager following the sacking of Jim McIntyre with the early indication that many expect an appointment from within the club.
Following the clubs relegation yesterday at dens park, owners football partners scotland (fps), for the second time, have failed to offer any public reassurances that Jim McIntyre will remain as manager for the 2019/20 campaign in the championship.
It's the summer of 2017. Neil McCann had been busy in the transfer market preparing to put his own mark on this Dundee team following his appointment as our permanent manager but there was one thing missing - a prolific no.9 to spearhead our attack.
Dundee suffered a sixth straight league defeat at the hands of St Johnstone last night in Perth and despite being rooted at the bottom of the Premiership table, floundering manager Jim McIntyre insists that he can keep this team up.
A lacklustre Dundee performance resulted in the dark blues being held to a 0-0 draw with Peterhead and having to rely on coming out on top of the penalty shoot-out to claim the extra bonus point for the second match running.