Dundee can’t afford to feel sorry for themselves as they struggle for form in the Championship ahead of Saturday’s trip to face Arbroath.
"Unprecedented ticket demand" has seen Dundee United sell out the Tannadice home end more than three weeks ahead of the upcoming derby.
It was never a fixture that jumped out at the start of the season but away to Arbroath is set to be the biggest of James McPake’s fledgling career as a manager.
Dundee boss James McPake wants to see more from his forward players as the Dark Blues look for an end to their losing run at Arbroath this weekend.
Dundee goalkeeper Jack Hamilton says Saturday’s trip to Arbroath is now “must-win” after their run of defeats was extended to three.
James McPake has called for his under-performing Dundee players to keep believing in the gameplan even when things turn against them.
Under-fire manager James McPake insists he and his staff are working around the clock to turn Dundee’s season around after a third poor defeat on the bounce.
Stephen Dobbie added to Dundee's woes as the veteran striker's dramatic brace condemned the Dark Blues to their third defeat on the bounce.
Lawrence Shankland is, quite rightly, the star man at Dundee United right now but it’s another goal-getter that has propelled the Tangerines clear at the top.
Arriving back in town late on a Sunday night you worry if there is going to be a restaurant with the kitchen still open at 9pm – no worries at Rama Thai, however.
Dundee’s Jamie Ness continued his return to full fitness as the Dark Blues met St Johnstone in a bounce game yesterday.
Striker Danny Johnson admits his time at Dundee has been a frustrating one so far but he’s pledged to get back in the goals as soon as he’s back in the team.
Dundee boss James McPake says his team need to ensure Friday’s derby defeat was nothing more than a blip.
Dundee boss James McPake cursed his side’s decision-making as they slumped to a demoralising derby defeat on Friday night.
As good as Friday’s massive derby win was for Dundee United, their weekend got even better as Saturday’s Championship scorelines came in.
Dundee boss James McPake will have almost a full squad to choose from for tonight’s derby clash.
Former Dundee and United central defender Lee Wilkie reckons the winner of the battle between Graham Dorrans and Calum Butcher will have a massive say in where the derby bragging rights end up tomorrow.
Friday night is a golden chance for Dundee United to send a crystal clear signal to the rest of the Championship that they really mean business this season.
Dundee manager James McPake is backing his players to live up to the “great occasion” of Friday’s Dundee derby.
Dundee United enforcer Calum Butcher says there will be no complacency from the Tangerines going into Friday’s derby at Dens Park.