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With today’s defeat, relegation to the SPFL Championship has been confirmed.

Everyone at the club is devastated by this outcome following a very difficult season on the park for Dundee Football Club.

We would like to confirm again that John Nelms, Tim Keyes and Football Partners Scotland are fully committed to the club. The long term plans FPS have for the club remain in place and they remain optimistic that they will come to fruition.

As pointed out in the club statement earlier this week, with the season drawing to an end we will hold our annual review and decide what changes need to be made in order to have a successful season on the park in 2019/20.

We would like to thank every supporter for their backing throughout the season. The dedication even in these testing times has been clear to see and everyone connected at the club is incredibly proud of the fans and grateful to them.

https://dundeefc.co.uk/news/relegation-confirmed/

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If McIntyre gets the sack (since I don't think he has the integrity to resign), then it'll be because of his complete incompetence as a football manager and not anything to do with the fans, Cobra.

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2 minutes ago, CBH62 said:

If McIntyre gets the sack (since I don't think he has the integrity to resign), then it'll be because of his complete incompetence as a football manager and not anything to do with the fans, Cobra.

Surely John Nelms must have heard the Dundee supporters chanting for McIntyre to be sacked in the morning. 

In my opinion if John Nelms does not take action then season ticket sales will be disastrous for next season. 

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3 minutes ago, CBH62 said:

If McIntyre gets the sack (since I don't think he has the integrity to resign), then it'll be because of his complete incompetence as a football manager and not anything to do with the fans, Cobra.

I kind of agree but I think that board might have realised today that the manager has lost credibility with the fanbase so is not a serious candidate for next season.

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2 minutes ago, TheDarkBlues said:

I think once they figure out what they're going to do, we will know about it. But, they have stated they are here for the long run, regardless of being relegated today.

They must know that JM will not be at Dens next season. Get him punted now. Only statement I want to read

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3 minutes ago, Dayster said:

They must know that JM will not be at Dens next season. Get him punted now. Only statement I want to read

I would be surprised McIntrye is still in his post come the end of the season. I think you and a good few other 1000's waiting on that news ;)

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