Dundee United go into today’s re-arranged Championship clash with Alloa knowing they can eat into the gap at the top of the table.
Robbie Neilson’s determination to avoid a fixture backlog and an appreciation of the difficulties facing part-time clubs are the reasons behind Dundee United facing a fixture clash with Scotland next month.
Dundee United have been given a midweek date after a fixture change. The Tangerines were due to face Alloa at Tannadice in the Championship on Saturday November 17. This match has now been moved to Tuesday 20 November at 7.45pm due to a clash with the visitors’ Irn-Bru Cup trip to Edinburgh City.
As the early-season jockeying for position continues in a Championship that’s, so far, living up to predictions it will be the tightest for years, Dundee United can do themselves a lot of good by winning their next two games.
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Winger Paul McMullan has revealed there was a real chance of him leaving Dundee United before the transfer window closed a week ago.
Dundee United midfielder Adam Barton insists they can have no excuses for their poor performance at Alloa despite the tough conditions.
It will be the same teams but it could be two different managers when Dundee United and Alloa clash in the Irn-Bru Cup at Tannadice on Saturday.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo insists his side would have taken all three points at Alloa on Saturday if it wasn’t for Iain Flannigan’s ‘Goal of the Year’.
Paul Watson gets his third in two games but an Iain Flannigan free-kick means Dundee United lie fourth in the Championship.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo believes his team can head for Alloa in confident mood after making it two league wins in a row with an impressive 3-1 success over Partick Thistle.
Regular contributor Sandy ‘Sy’ Thomson remembers playing in goal for Alloa Athletic in a Christmas Day fixture.
As kick-off in the Championship looms large, almost the only certainty about Dundee United right now seems the uncertainty that surrounds the club.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo was disappointed by his team’s latest Betfred Cup disappointment at the weekend.
A rare half-time blast from Csaba Laszlo on Saturday did the trick as Dundee United booked a Scottish Cup trip to old foes Aberdeen.
Dundee United begin their Scottish Cup campaign with a fourth-round tie at Alloa Athletic. Follow all the action in our live updates below:
The football his team produced in the run-up to Christmas means Csaba Laszlo remains convinced Dundee United can finish the season with a strong run.
Former Dundee boss Paul Hartley has taken one of his old backroom staff members with him to Falkirk.
Dundee United will face Northern Irish side Linfield in the Irn-Bru Cup.
Dundee Head of Youth Jimmy Boyle was delighted with the second-half showing from his young Colts side in their 4-2 Irn-Bru Cup defeat to Alloa.
Dundee United will continue their Irn-Bru Cup defence at home to Alloa.