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Dundee United’s legendary skipper Paul Hegarty says it’s great to see league derbies again – he just wishes it was in the top flight rather than the Championship.
It’s been a breakthrough season for former St John’s pupils but the hard work is only beginning for the SFA’s Performance School.
Dundee could make a shock move to keep former Dundee United skipper Fraser Fyvie on Tannadice Street.
They may be going into the new season as rivals not team-mates but Ayr United captain Ross Docherty has backed Liam Smith and Declan McDaid to make a big impact at our city clubs.
Legend is a word banded about all too loosely in football nowadays.
Three years on and counting, Dundee United are determined to make this coming season the one that finally sees them return to the top flight.
Another season ahead in the Championship isn’t deterring Dundee United fans from supporting their team.
This week Tele sports reporters George Cran, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan analyse Steve Clarke’s first two games as Scotland manager, tell Dundee United to go on a diet and reckon Declan McDaid can get Dundee fans off their seats.
Les Barr isn’t one for smiling in pictures.
Dundee United youngster Chris Mochrie wants to repeat the “unbelievable feeling” of pulling on the tangerine strip by making an impact on the first team next season.
Former Dundee United man Ryan Dow reveals moment he knew Liverpool star Andy Robertson would reach the top
Ryan Dow felt Andy Robertson was destined for the top when he forced his way into the Dundee United team after it looked like he’d been signed as a back-up left-back.
Dundee United fans may only have had one season to enjoy Pavol Safranko in Tangerine but he’s joined a talented list of one-season wonders at Tannadice.
Dundee United will begin the 2019/20 season with a Betfred Cup tie against Hearts at Tynecastle.
This week Tele sports reporters George Cran, Calum Woodger and debutant Jim Masson dissect what Dundee and United need to do in the off-season to have positive Championship campaigns and discuss whether it can be a successful weekend for the Scottish national teams.
Dundee United’s play-off heartache is still fresh and moving on from that will be manager Robbie Neilson’s first task this summer – but what else will be in his in-tray?
Coll Donaldson thinks Inverness Caley Thistle can be among the Championship title contenders next season.
A cost of £26 to watch the Dundee derby at Dens Park next season is ridiculous.
Dundee United will strengthen their squad for next season but to nothing like the extent they did back in January.
Pavol Safranko says he’s open to a return to Scotland after leaving Dundee United at the end of his season-long loan.
Events at Dundee and Dundee United this season mean a cloud now hangs over Tannadice Street in the shape of both facing campaigns in the second tier of Scottish football next term.