William Edjenguele doesn’t pretend the criticism that followed Dundee United’s home draw with Dumbarton last week was nice to be on the receiving end of.
A spectacular second string goal and the smile that appeared on his face after it might just have earned Randy Wolters a Dundee starting place against St Johnstone today.
Belief in what you’re doing is a big thing in football. Scott Bain has it and that’s why, despite Dundee taking just one point from five Premiership games so far, he’s in upbeat mood going into today's Tayside derby against St Johnstone.
Even though his team face the Championship’s big early-season under-achievers when they travel to Falkirk today, Ray McKinnon knows two things.
Ray McKinnon believes the key partnerships he needs to get Dundee United back to the top of the Championship table and stay there will form soon.
He’ll have his own business to take care of from three o’clock on Saturday — but it’s a safe bet once that’s out of the way, one of the first things Dave Mackay will do is check the score from Dens Park where two of his former employers will have been battling it out.
Skipper Darren O’Dea is set to return for Dundee’s crucial Tayside derby against St Johnstone on Saturday.
Attacker James Keatings looks to have played his way back into the Dundee United starting line-up after grabbing his second goal inside a week.
After a performance like the weekend’s when Dundee United only just scraped a home draw with a part-time Dumbarton side, whose definition of success for this season is avoiding relegation, it may not seem like it but there is good news for Dundee United fans.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon is hammering into his players the need to believe in what they’re trying to achieve.
If one word sums up Dutchman Jordie Briels’ mood right now, it’s probably frustration.
Just under a year ago, Barry Smith, writing for the Tele, examined an abysmal run of Dundee results and urged manager-at-the-time Paul Hartley to stick to his principles and give himself the best chance of getting his team out of the mire.
Frustrated Ray McKinnon has defiantly pledged his off-form Dundee United will get better — and soon.
James Keatings saved Dundee United’s blushes with a late equaliser against Dumbarton at Tannadice.
Dundee boss Neil McCann admits his young centre-halves have given him a selection dilemma ahead of the trip to Rangers.
On paper, a single point from four games is hardly the kind of form that inspires confidence going to a place like Ibrox.
James Keatings and Scott Fraser are set to be involved against Dumbarton today as the Dundee United squad gets back to something approaching full strength.
For Stewart Murdoch, one of the big things about being at Dundee United is playing at Tannadice.
Dutch striker Patrick N’Koyi has assured fans Dundee United have learned the lessons of their last Championship defeat.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon could go double Dutch with his team selection for tomorrow's Championship clash with Dumbarton.