Dundee United captain Willo Flood has made a “fantastic” recovery from injury and will be in the squad for their game against Livingston.
In this week's Talking Football, our writers Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Neil Robertson praise St Johnstone's Ibrox heroics, give Dundee a pat on the back for their Partick win and conclude that United should cling on to Scott Fraser.
Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo is relieved that defender Jamie Robson didn’t sustain a serious injury in Saturday’s abandoned clash with Queen of the South.
With Dunfermline and Morton now 12 points off the Championship pace, it is starting to look like a four-club battle for the title.
Courier Sports writer Ian Roache assesses the strengths and weaknesses of Dundee United's realistic challengers.
Dundee United midfielder Paul McMullan branded referee Craig Thomson’s call to abandon Saturday’s Championship clash at Palmerston as “dubious”.
No date has yet been fixed for Dundee United's trip to Queen of the South after today's game was abandoned.
A former team-mate and a Queen of the South legend are the attackers Tam Scobbie will be trying to contain in Dumfries this afternoon.
Dundee United have announced changes to the board at Tannadice with two arrivals and one departure.
If Csaba Laszlo is able to reflect on a promotion-winning season in May, chances are that getting the best out of Scott Fraser will be high on his ‘where I got it right’ list.
Dundee United have opened contract talks with their star player, Scott Fraser, Courier Sport can reveal.
Dundee United’s Scott Fraser has won the Ladbrokes Championship player of the month award for November. The Tangerines’ midfielder has been United’s star performer in recent weeks, leading to speculation that he is being tracked by clubs in England. The 22-year-old has also started December well, scoring two goals in the recent win against Dunfermline.
Csaba Laszlo can remember Stephen Dobbie from his first spell in Scottish football.
Burnley striker Jamie Thomas won’t be coming to Dundee United on trial.
Billy King celebrated breaking his league-scoring duck by dressing up in Dublin as the most-wanted Christmas toy of 1997.
Billy King insists that table-topping Dundee United will continue to improve as new boss Csaba Laszlo’s footballing philosophy rubs off on them.
Dundee United maintained their lead at the top of the Championship table with this comfortable win over Morton at Cappielow.
Dundee United defender Mark Durnan is backing “special player” Scott Fraser to lead the Tannadice club to promotion.
Cammy Ballantyne has set himself a double target of winning a title with Montrose then playing in the Premiership next season with Dundee United.
Manager Csaba Laszlo has challenged his players to show him the “true” Dundee United over the next couple of tricky away matches. The Tangerines head to Greenock to play Morton on Saturday then, the following weekend, it’s down south to Dumfries to face Queen of the South. Courier football writer Ian Roache analyses their best and worst on-the-road league results this season.
Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo has challenged his players to keep their promotion destiny in their own hands.