Wednesday, 5 February 2014


John Brown leaves the club after less than a year in charge.
Dundee FC and John Brown parted company on Monday 3rd February 2014, after nearly a year in charge. Recent results and unrest from the fans resulted in Brown and the Dundee board agreeing that it was best to part company. Dundee FC issued a statement on their website:

"Dundee FC and Manager John Brown have today announced they are to part company by mutual agreement. The Club agreed with John's expressed view that after recent results, this is the best way forward.
John stated that he has loved his time at Dundee FC as a player and as a Manager. He still passionately wants Dundee FC to win the league this season and would share in our pride if we go on to do so.
The Board of Directors would like to put on record their thanks not only for his valiant efforts in attempting to keep us in the Premier League last season when no-one gave us a chance, but also for his hard work and diligence in achieving the current points total which sees the Club joint top of the league with 14 games of the season to go. His work with the youth teams has also seen a dramatic turn-around in the Club's fortunes with the Reserves team also 2nd place and a number of our youths in the running for National honours.
The Club expects to move quickly to appoint a new Manager, to continue the good work by the management and players to date and to and get us over the line as Champions in May.
We urge the fans to continue to support the Club in the superb numbers they have done so far this season."

We'd like to wish John all the very best for the future and would like to thank him for his time, work and efforts. 

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