Dundee United’s players are happy to embrace the change of ownership at the club, according to Fraser Aird.
The winger, who won the Ladbrokes Championship player of the month award for November, believes a loss, even a 5-0, need not be the start of a crisis.
The month may have ended with a heavy defeat to Ayr United but Dundee United have won two Ladbrokes awards for November. Robbie Neilson has been named Championship manager of the month and Fraser Aird player of the month. For full interviews see Tuesday’s Courier.
Dundee United’s Fraser Aird is hoping the club’s fans can help make it a feel-good Friday night to remember when league leaders Ayr roll up at Tannadice next week.
Dundee United are making a steady recovery under manager Robbie Neilson, as shown by their 2-0 win at Dunfermline. Ian Roache picks out five reasons for the upturn.
It was supposed to be blond but Fraser Aird admits he has been on the receiving end of a verbal spanking or two for his 50 shades of grey hairstyle.
Robbie Neilson’s reign as Dundee United got off to a perfect start in the Firhill rain.
Fraser Aird is determined to make Dundee United the setpiece experts of the Championship.
It will only be the second game of the Championship season but Fraser Aird admits there is already huge pressure on Dundee United ahead of this weekend’s trip to Dumfries to play Queen of the South.
Dundee United wideman Fraser Aird has revealed that the club’s goal is to get promoted the St Mirren way.