No Dundee United fan will ever forget the night they did themselves, their club, city and country proud.
Paul Dixon has not enjoyed the best of times in his second spell at Dundee United.
Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon was an oasis of calm amid the chaos as his team reached the Premiership final by beating Falkirk.
An amateur film-maker who dreamed of working for the BBC will see history turn full circle tonight when his rare footage of Dundee United's UEFA Cup final appearance is shown on national television.
Dundee United’s march into the Premiership play-off final will kick-off a scramble for tickets.
A Paul Dixon header just three minutes from time sent Dundee United into the Premiership play-off final on a night of drama at the Falkirk Stadium.
Ray McKinnon has had his Dundee United players in the North Sea off St Andrews beach at the end of training each day in a bid to freshen them up during what he hopes will be a six-match process of restoring their top-flight status.
New auditors for Dundee United have reiterated the financial problems the club will have to tackle over the coming months.
Dundee United defender Paul Dixon considers tonight’s massive match to be “on a knife-edge” even if Falkirk think they are a cut above.
Lee Miller insists claiming promotion with Falkirk would be the crowning moment of his career.