Robbie Neilson has already turned his thoughts to next season after Sunday’s play-off heartbreak and Courier Sport will do the same. Ian Roache finds five reasons for Dundee United supporters to believe their team will make the fourth season in the Championship their last.
Dundee United head into their Premiership play-off final knowing that promotion is “not a life or death deal” for the club.
Dundee United owner Mark Ogren wants to cheer his team on in the play-offs.
Club owner Mark Ogren has made it clear there will be no “cutting corners” for Dundee United in the summer – as the Tangerines prepare to either establish themselves in the top flight of Scottish football or flex their muscles in the league below.
The death rattle of hope and ambition whispers hauntingly in the city air, as the football season nears its end.
Dundee United have made a loss of £218,993 for the year ended June 2018.
In the latest Courier Talking Football podcast, Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Jim Spence discuss all things Dundee United.
Transfer Deadline Day: Robbie Neilson adds five more as Dundee United’s new owner flexes financial muscles
Five deadline day signings completed Robbie Neilson’s January overhaul of his Dundee United squad.
Mark Ogren insists he expects to see a return on his investment in Dundee United – but only if the club are successful and back playing their football in the Premiership.
The start of February will be the time for Dundee United’s new off-field management team to take a “deep breath”, according to the Tangerines’ sporting director Tony Asghar.