Victory for Dundee United in their Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup tie against Arbroath tomorrow will send out another strong message to their rivals that they’re the team to beat in the Championship.
Dundee boss James McPake says he hasn’t given up on adding to his squad this month, despite the transfer window shutting at the start of the week.
Great tangerine survivor Jamie Robson has pledged his future to Dundee United for another three years.
Brechin City have appointed former Celtic and Dundee United defender Mark Wilson as their new manager.
Goal machine Lawrence Shankland will be available for Dundee United’s Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup clash with Arbroath this weekend.
So what did Friday’s derby at Tannadice tell us and what have we learned from an eventful first month of the league season?
Dundee United full-back Jamie Robson has signed a new three-year deal with the club.
After their spectacular derby success at the end of last week, Ian Harkes admits the Dundee United players were just as excited by the performance as their delighted supporters.
This week Tele sports writers Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger hear fan reactions to last week’s Dundee derby, offer their own analysis and delve into both teams’ deadline day business. Elsewhere, the lads try to get a deal with Tunnock’s Biscuits.
His team’s crushing derby success saw Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson express delight for long-suffering Arabs.
City fans were watching for news of any late transfer business at Dens and Tannadice as the summer window closes tonight.
Calum Butcher scored twice as Dundee United ran over the top of Dundee in the first Dundee derby in two years with a resounding 6-2 win.
It's the most eagerly-anticipated tie of the season so far in the City of Discovery.
Dundee United goalie Benjamin Siegrist is no stranger to big matches. However, ahead of his first Dundee derby tonight, the Swiss stopper admits he cannot wait to step over the white line.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has abated any concerns star striker Lawrence Shankland could miss tonight’s Dundee derby.
Pubs across Dundee are gearing up for a busy night as the first city derby in three years kicks off at Tannadice.
Tonight will see the most eagerly-anticipated tie of the season so far in the City of Discovery.
Dundee owner Tim Keyes will make a quick visit to the home of city rivals United for tonight’s eagerly-awaited derby.
Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson has warned the feelgood factor around the Tangerines won’t last long if they fail to beat Dundee in the derby tomorrow night.
Derby day in Dundee is always an exciting occasion – and the Evening Telegraph is giving readers the chance to make it extra special with a cash prize on offer.