A few minutes after the clock struck four at Falkirk, it looked like being a beautiful Saturday for Dundee United.
Dundee United are staying positive despite falling further behind Championship leaders Ross County.
What looked like being a good day for Dundee United turned sour as they lost ground on Ross County in the Championship title race.
Unity can be Dundee United’s strength as they chase the Championship title, according to Peter Pawlett.
Falkirk are ready to go "toe-to-toe" with a rejuvenated Dundee United, according to number two Darren Taylor.
Mark Reynolds will, after all, sit out Dundee United’s matches when they are played on artificial surfaces.
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.
Manager Robbie Neilson is relishing an “exciting time” at Tannadice after Dundee United’s American adventure kicked off with a win.
Dundee United’s players are happy to embrace the change of ownership at the club, according to Fraser Aird.
Last year, Rachid Bouhenna experienced the agony of just missing out on winning a league title while playing in Algeria.