Former Raith Rovers and Dundee United assistant manager Laurie Ellis has taken on the post as No.2 to Gary Naysmith at Queen of the South.
Csaba Laszlo’s departure marks dangerous territory for Dundee United.
Sam Stanton would back a Laurie Ellis appointment as Dundee United boss but knows the interim manager will need help from the players.
It will not be any easier second time around, insists Dundee United interim manager Laurie Ellis.
Laurie Ellis has called his own job situation a “sideshow” and claimed the only thing that matters is the welfare of Dundee United.
Raith boss John McGlynn believes Laurie Ellis could take over at Dundee United – just like Peter Houston did
Raith boss John McGlynn believes Laurie Ellis is perfectly placed to move up into the Dundee United manager’s hot-seat – just like a certain Peter Houston did.
Laurie Ellis has been backed for the Dundee United manager’s job by one of his former Raith Rovers team-mates.
After weeks of managers being under pressure in the city of Dundee, one has now lost his job. Courier sports writers Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson discuss the way forward for Dundee United and the win that has taken some heat off Neil McCann.
Laurie Ellis will be in the dugout for match against Ayr United and has a fighting chance of becoming Dundee United boss on a permanent basis.
The gap between Csaba Laszlo being interviewed and appointed was so long that there can barely be a 2008 to 2010 Hearts player who hasn’t had his say on what Dundee United are getting in their new manager.