There were nerves aplenty but no goals as Dundee United failed to secure a Premiership play-off final first-leg lead.
Dundee United’s new loan defender Charlie Seaman has now sampled Scottish football in the raw.
John Souttar has described the achievement of his pal Andy Robertson in winning the Champions League as “incredible.”
Robbie Neilson has warned St Mirren the pressure is all on them as they prepare to fight for their top-flight lives against his Dundee United side.
Former Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara has returned to a prominent role in Scottish football as Dunfermline's new consultant. Ian Roache looks back on his eventful career, both as player and manager.
Dundee United central defender William Edjenguele has been reunited with former Tannadice manager Ray McKinnon. The Frenchman has joined Falkirk, managed by McKinnon, on loan until the end of the season. Edjenguele signed for United in August 2016 and has played 69 times and scored two goals.
Osman Sow can help fire Dundee United back into the Premiership, according to his manager Robbie Neilson.
It was a busy transfer deadline day for both Dundee clubs with 11 signings a piece on both sides of Tannadice Street.
Yet to score for Dundee United, Osman Sow is ready to hit the goal trail in the play-offs.
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