A man has appeared in court accused of the murder of 63-year-old John Kennedy.
Michael Nolan is alleged to have stabbed Mr Kennedy to death at his home in Dundee's Mossgiel Crescent.
Mr Kennedy, who founded the Charlie Cooke Dark Blues Dundee FC supporters club and acted as its vice chairman, was well known in the Linlathen area of Dundee.
He was found dead at around 10.15pm on Sunday, April 29.
Nolan, 43, of Dundee, appeared on petition and in private at Dundee Sheriff Court.
It is alleged he killed Mr Kennedy at Mossgiel Crescent Nolan by repeatedly striking him on the body with a knife.
Nolan is alleged to have severely injured and murdered him in the attack.
He made no plea or declaration during the hearing and the case was continued for further examination.
Sheriff Derek Pyle remanded Nolan in custody.
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