Manager Robbie Neilson has highlighted the contribution of stand-in midielder Rachid Bouhenna in helping Dundee United reach the Premiership play-off final.
Dundee United fans are again dreaming of that long overdue return to the Premiership after their team booked a place in the play-off final against St Mirren that will kick off at Tannadice on Thursday night.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson is hoping the biggest home crowd of the season to date can help Dundee United over the finish line in their play-off semi-final against Inverness Caley Thistle tonight.
Game-changer Nicky Clark could be elevated to the Dundee United starting line-up for tonight's play-off semi-final conclusion against Inverness Caley Thistle.
Attacker Pavol Safranko is a doubt for Dundee United’s Premiership play-off return against Inverness Caley Thistle on Friday night.
For goalkeeper Senny Dieng, the failure to avoid relegation from the Premiership with Dundee goes down as the main source of pain during his temporary stay in Scotland.
Mark Connolly believes, mentally, the Premiership play-off semi-final against Inverness Caley Thistle will be more difficult for Dundee United than if they reach the final next week.
In what turned out to be his last press conference as Dundee manager, Jim McIntyre expressed his determination to rebuild the team next season.
Ian McCall, Jim Goodwin and David Hopkin have emerged as strong candidates to succeed Jim McIntyre as Dundee’s fourth manager in just over two years.
The appointment of what will be Dundee’s fourth manager in little over two years could be a make-or- break decision for Dens managing director John Nelms.
Life-long Dundee fan Charlie Adam would be interested in succeeding Jim McIntyre as manager at Dens Park – if he could extend his playing career.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has been sacked just over a week after the Dark Blues were relegated from the Premiership.
Dundee’s players are about to face their own version of football hell when they meet Livingston and St Mirren in what are now the final two meaningless games of their season.
Dundee will have full-back Nathan Ralph back for Saturday’s “dead rubber” at Livingston.
A financial expert has warned Dundee to expect a revenue drop of at least £1.5 million in the Championship next season.
He’s knows there’s every chance of not being part of it but midfielder Martin Woods hopes Dundee can do a Ross County next season and bounce straight back up to the Premiership.
Dundee United will face a battle in their bid to make striker Pavol Safranko’s stay at Tannadice permanent.
Dundee’s under-performing class of 2018/19 could go down as the worst seen at Dens Park in the modern era.