Dundee United owner Mark Ogren is expected to fly in for next week’s play-off semis against Inverness or Ayr.
The final, vital, leg of Dundee United’s season kicks off in just under a fortnight when Dundee United will face Inverness Caley Thistle or Ayr United in what will, hopefully, be the first of four Premiership play-off games.
Dundee United go into tonight’s clash with Ayr United looking for a first goal, never mind point, against the Honest Men this season.
It will be all change again in the home ranks when Dundee United face Ayr United in front of the TV cameras at Tannadice tonight.
Dundee United have fixed up Ayr United full-back Liam Smith for next season.
Ayr moved up to third in the Ladbrokes Championship with a 1-0 victory over Queen of the South.
Boss Robbie Neilson will have a close look at Osman Sow in training to see if the striker is ready to get his Dundee United career back up and running when Ayr United visit Tannadice on Friday night.
Police with dogs seized alcohol from football fans going to a game by bus.
Despite the major disappointment of the defeat at Ayr United, the consolation for Dundee United fans at the moment has to be the fact they have become genuine promotion contenders under Robbie Neilson.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has urged Arabs to be “positive” over their team’s chances this season despite another setback to their promotion bid.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has set his charges the challenge of finishing the month at the top of the league by getting all three points tonight at Ayr.
Dundee United played into Ayr’s hands the last time they met – Robbie Neilson has vowed the Tangerines won’t be making that mistake again.
Defender Stewart Murdoch admits it’s been a frustrating couple of weeks at Dundee United.
Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson insists he was just as disappointed with Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Morton as he was with the 5-0 loss to Ayr.
They may have entered some choppy waters but Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson insists their ship is still sailing in the right direction.
As tough as it was to take, Dundee United full-back Callum Booth believes last Friday’s 5-0 home defeat at the hands of Ayr was the wake-up call they needed at this stage of the season.
Dundee United are licking their wounds after a mauling dished out by Ayr at the weekend – to get back on track, though, they can take a leaf out of the Honest Men’s book.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has given the strongest possible hint he could be looking for reinforcements in the January transfer window.
Robbie Neilson says the 5-0 home thumping dished out by Ayr is a “slap” Dundee United will have to take after “pats on the back all round” beforehand – now he’s determined to ensure his side respond.
Friday night’s top-of-the-table clash between Dundee United and Ayr won’t define where the title ends up, according to Robbie Neilson.